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Microsoft Added New Features to Bing Search

by John Smith Technician

Microsoft operated search engine, Bing has been added with many new features and the developers are constantly working on it to make the user experience much better. The intelligent move of adding an advanced function of search history synchronization, users will now be able to manage their own download history as well as access searches through multiple devices. However, the function is only available for devices like Androids and BlackBerry but will soon be made compatible with other devices as well.

According to the updates released by Microsoft corporations last week, these newly added attributes are only reachable in some of the selective countries as for now, but the developers are working on it to make the feature available worldwide. Even in the eligible regions, users will be able to access the features via Android apps only.

Bing is safer to surf with the newly added assets

If you remember, the software developers had created and added improved maps local answers, bug solutions back in the month of January, this year. In addition to the modifications made for Bing is aimed to give much-faster responses and results, bug fixing solutions, and many other features.

On the other hand, the feature of synchronizing search history also includes another function that indicates when your searches are offline. Apparently, collection Microsoft Rewards bonus points on Androids using Bing search would become much easier. The updated version of Bing is now available on Google play stores and it is no-pay download. 

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About John Smith Senior   Technician

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Joined APSense since, September 8th, 2017, From USA, India.

Created on Mar 26th 2018 05:44. Viewed 402 times.

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