Check out what’s trending on Netflix and other streaming services using Bing
Microsoft released an update for the Bing search experience that will make it easier for people to check information on new movies and shows while you’re browsing alongside the ability to spot all that’s new and interesting on Netflix and other streaming services.
Other new features have been implemented, too, like a new tabbed experience for mobile devices and more.
Bing to surface trending content on streaming services
Bing now has the ability to surface trending content on streaming services such as Amazon Prime and Netflix. Microsoft also added a new tabbed experience targeted at mobile devices.
In other words, whenever you search for your favorite movies and artists, you will be able to check out more information on them in dedicated tabs. For instance, searching for a particular film will bring up separate tabs showing an overview, nearby showtimes, cast members, and reviews.
This new feature is quite similar to the tabbed setup featured in Google’s searches. If you have used that before, you won’t have any troubles using Bing’s brand new interface.
Create collections of images and videos
There will also be a feature called My Saves that will let you create collections of videos and images you find on Bing. To be able to use this all, you’ll have to click the plus icon at the bottom left of an image. Then, Bing will save it for you and you’ll be able to check it out later.
All these features mentioned above are now ready to be used, so don’t waste any more time and check them all out to see how they’re working!
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