Microsoft Released a New Version of Bing
A new version of Microsoft Bing is now available at the Marketplace, it’s not yet clear yet what the exact changes are to this new version. According to Microsoft, it is currently only available for AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile users:
Using a Windows Phone on AT&T, T-Mobile or Sprint? Good news, there’s an updated Bing app! Just launch ur app or go to m.bing.com
XDA member acidbath5546 downloaded and extracted the application, available for download. It is said that the upgrade isn’t very important and doesn’t contain any exciting stuff, so it Verizon users, don’t worry! So point your mobile browser to m.bing.com, or search for it on the marketplace. You can also get the app from the xda-forums.
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