Users of the iPhone, iPhone and iPod touch has a new application for Microsoft this week Bing. Loaded with new features, Bing 2.0 for the iPhone was launched and immediately you can see the upgrades. Categories listed in one another, the voice of Bing search has been improved and is now faster for users to refine their search without repeating an entire sentence. This is powered by Microsoft TellMe software.
There was also a significant modernization of the automatic self-suggestion. Users can refine their searches on the fly making it very easy to get the desired results faster. Search resturants in your city will also reduce the results by price, cuisine, name and description. Same goes for the search for movies, for example, where you can refine your search by name or theater. Some, like what Moviefone our favorite sitcom, Seinfeld.
Bing has struggled against Google for market share and recent research have been obtained. I think with a host of new features to this iPhone application, Microsoft is at least going in the right direction. Today, research is to find what you are looking online more quickly. Many people will tell you that when you try to find something specific, it may take 4-5 attempts. These users are not very keen on finding “tag”, but they should not be either. Bing Microsoft seems to have taken the research work.
Bing Vision is another feature that lets you take a picture of a product, coverage or bar codes, and Bing provide search results based on this information. Bing Vision is the text in the picture and results based on this text. There are also discussions on the Microsoft version of Google Streetview. Taking users on a virtual panoramic view will surely enhance the overall user experience.