Bing for iPhone Brings Landscape Mode for iOS 6 Users, Better Location Support for Queries

Posted August 9, 2013 at 8:37pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 6785 views

Bing received a minor update today, bringing landscape mode to iOS 6 as well as better location support for location-related queries.

Bing is a decision engine designed to work beautifully on your iPhone. Whatever you're looking for, Bing can find it and help you get there—down the street, the other side of the world, or somewhere in between—Bing has the answer.

- Tell Bing what you are looking for with voice-activated search, even addresses, when you need to be hands-free.

-Find and watch videos from Hulu, ABC, MSN, and YouTube

-Find out what shops, restaurants, and much more are near you and get ratings, price, directions, maps, and other info.
-Get walking and driving directions with current traffic conditions and maps

-Use Bing Vision to search using your phone’s camera. Scan barcodes, Microsoft Tags, or QR codes and Bing will instantly return product information to help you research before you buy
-Bing Vision can also recognize cover art from books, CD, DVDs, and video games

What's New In This Version:
Thank you for all of the valuable feedback – we are listening and working to make the best search app for you.

This update brings you the following enhancements:
• Enable landscape mode to work with iOS6.
• Better location support for location-related queries

You can download Bing from the App Store for free.

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Fukran John - August 10, 2013 at 4:13pm
That's a bingo. Lol. By the way who want to know about MS now? I seriously doubt even MS employee use bingo
RetroG - August 10, 2013 at 2:32am
Stupid Google fanboys distorted by their evil master. That's what you get when you sell your soul to the highest bidder. Google sucks now. So boring with all the white spaces. Fvckk you forbeing scroogled!
iCrunch - August 9, 2013 at 10:23pm
Wow, you go, girl, Microsoft! iOS 6 came out almost a year ago, but who's counting. You do want people switching to Bing from Google, yes? No? Either way, I'd be remiss if I didn't get in a "F*ck you, Microsoft" and to let you know that I fully enjoy all failed product launches as well as the eroding relevance of your existence. :-)
Saul - August 9, 2013 at 9:05pm
Bing sucks. Google is better.
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