Microsoft really deserves some applause. We must admit that Microsoft has been making interesting attempts to maintain the culture of updating its apps on Android. Most particularly Bing has been receiving nourishing updates to keep it well pretty in face of fierce competition.
In the most recent Bing update, we are presented with some lovely nice video features. With this update, users now have the capacity to preview videos online (with the sound being off) in the search results. It is now very possible to tap videos after doing a music search so as to play them with the lyrics in a synchronous manner. And there is a fresh means to finding videos which in one way bears relationship with that one you are watching.
This update to the Bing app rolls in an app music shortcut for the Android homepage and an enhancement in the live camera search (rocking support for the front-facing one). We will just catalog the changes this update brings below:
• Video preview: Previews begin playing at once with sound off on video search
• Music: You can now search for a song which is playing (or you could simply type the name of a song), then play the video while keeping up with the lyrics. Additionally, with the new Music shortcut on the homepage, there is increased convenience in getting into trending songs, as well as finding trending artists.
• Camera search is now compatible with zoom, flash, as well as front facing camera
• Related video: Locate more video clips associated in one way or the other to the video you are watching.