A new version of Microsoft’s Bing iPhone app has just been launched. It gives users access to Bing maps, directions, image search, news search, and other of its core services.The best way to gain access to Microsoft’s “decision engine” on your iPhone would be to use the Bing iPhone app. This is only for those in the United States though.
The new version of this app allows you to bookmark maps, directions, and websites. This feature is not integrated with the iPhone’s Safari browser so it cannot be carried forward there. Â Private search, enhanced parental control settings, support for other first generation iPod touch devices, and editing search history are among other new features of this app.
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