Download Bing Wallpapers With ‘Bing Images’ App for Windows 8, 10

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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Bing Images is a cool new application that has recently been made available as a free download in the Windows Store. Those who are looking to download monthly Bing wallpapers can now use this app to do so much easier on Windows 8.
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There are many ways that you can take to download those awesome wallpapers featured on Bing’s homepage for its search engine service, but if you are running Windows 8 or Windows 8.1, the easiest way is to download the ‘Bing Images’ app that has recently made its way into the Windows Store. The will work on your Windows 8/8.1 touch and desktop devices and also on Windows RT. I have been using the app myself and I’m really pleased with its quality.

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Get monthly Bing wallpapers with this app

Shows all the Bing wallpapers for the selected month. Here users can easily navigate to any of the months’ wallpapers. User can select any of the thumbnails to view the full-sized wallpapers.

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You will be able to browse Bing wallpapers that date back to January, 2009, so there’s plenty to choose from. Of course, it’s a pity that you can’t download them all as a pack and that the HD (high-definition) quality is also lacking, but it’s a great way to keep up with the new wallpapers that get released.

Once you have opened a picture, you then have the ability to save the wallpaper to your device or set it as the lock screen. You can easily navigate and see thumbnails of all the pictures previously featured and whenever you want or like something, just click on it. The ad-free version of the app can be unlocked for $1.49. Follow the link from below and download it do your devices.

Download Bing Images app for Windows 8, Windows 8.1

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