Friday, June 14, 2024

Bing’s Contextual Search on Android Could Compete with Google?

Bing had always been known as a criticized and underrated search engine and was not a preferred one as it was living under the shadow of Google search. This is a service that was owned by Microsoft and was created back in the year 1998 by the name MSN Search. However, it was re launched in the year 2009 with the name Bing. Since then, it has been making a lot of progress. There have been a lot of improvements in it and new features are being added on a frequent basis. The latest news is that, the Bing application for Android will have a new feature. The Android users can now implement it on Google Now. The latest feature is known to be Snapshots on Tap.

Bing's contextual search on Android could compete with Google?Through this feature, the users will be able to get the right information on what is being displayed currently on the screen of the device without leaving the application that is being used at all. This clearly means that no matter what application you are using, you can make use of this feature and this helps you to be informed on any topic at any given point of time. So with this feature, the users are sure to have a brilliant experience of using Bing.

This invention was always been in anticipation and this has now been truly a great advantage and experience for the Android users. Bing is all set to create a benchmark with a lot of Andriod users wanting to use this feature.

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Dipanita Bhowmick
Dipanita Bhowmick
Dipanita Bhowmick: I am a content writer with 13+ years of experience in various genres, allowing me to adapt my writing style to diverse topics and audiences. Alongside my passion for creating engaging content, I have a deep interest in esoteric knowledge, constantly exploring the mystical and unconventional realms for inspiration along with spiritual and personal growth.

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