Microsoft has announced the launch of an official Bing app for iPhone (and iPod touch, of course).
The Bing iPhone app is free and has features that can already be found in the versions for Windows Mobile and BlackBerry. For example, the app comes with voice search, which works both for web searches and map searches (in case you want to find addresses, directions and so on).
Bing also automatically detects your location, so you can easily find restaurants, theaters, banks and other points of interest that are near you.
Bing for iPhone and iPod touch can be downloaded here (iTunes link). Alternatively, you can visit m.bing.com on your iPhone and you’ll be redirected to the App Store.
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