Microsoft has released Bing for the iPhone at App Store

Microsoft has released Bing for the iPhone at App Store
Microsoft gave iPhone users an early Christmas present and released Bing for the iPhone at App Store today. This is a good move of the software giant, given the sheer number of people who own Apple´s popular device. The application sports a truly enjoyable interface and its home screen shows the Bing picture of the day, along with voice search options. It also allows for searching of movies, news, information on interesting places based on your current location as well as navigation via Bing Maps. The program looks promising and we expect it to become a major rival of Google Mobile App. You can get Bing for the iPhone here and please, don´t forget to share your impressions in the comments below. 

source: Bing Blog



4. mcmkone

Posts: 54; Member since: Mar 24, 2009

I think they dumb they have the most antisipated app that everyone wants and they decide to lauch BING first... man nobody cares about BING we all WANT MSN MESSENGER hopefully someone with a brain and some power makes it happen... i'm calling it if they do that it will be the most downloaded app on itunes lol

2. Cell_Phone_Guy

Posts: 3; Member since: Dec 16, 2009

For a Microsoft product, I'm digging it so far!

1. imad_003

Posts: 9; Member since: Aug 11, 2009

Downloaded it on my iPod touch, it's great much better than the google app. And the voice search is correct almost always. Couldn't try it on the google app as it only works on iphone. The UI is just great.Great work Microsoft.

3. smcbjk

Posts: 3; Member since: Apr 09, 2008

do you own one of the new(3g) ipod touches or did u attach an external mic to your ipod touch?if latter please tell me the brand and how i can get one of this external mic.

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