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Bing updates iOS app with new shortcuts and redesigned menu

Mariella Moon, @mariella_moon
September 22, 2013
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Now that Bing is integrated with Siri, iOS users can use it without a dedicated app, but those who stick with it can expect a few new benefits. While you won't see a complete overhaul, the search engine's homepage now comes with four new tiles that link to the weather report, image search, trending topics and a map with nearby businesses. The Bing team also redesigned the share button, as well as added new options on the menu, including the ability to browse saved photos and other Microsoft apps. Looking for other apps to go along with your new OS? Check out our list of apps that hopped aboard the iOS 7 train to find other potential downloads.

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