Microsoft released an update for Bing browser version of Android

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Microsoft has just released an update for its work browser, Bing Search, Android version. The update has been supported by an enhanced browser experience on Android, especially on videos, image tabs and the ability to find text on the page.

This shows the commitment of Microsoft in pampering fans of this search engine in the United States. For information, Google may be the search engine with the largest market share in the world, but Bing Search is still widely used by Microsoft fans in the United States.

In addition, this update also adds better local map and answer views, as well as a number of bug fixes, speed improvements, neater look and more. Unfortunately, some of these features are not available in other regions outside the United States.

Currently, Microsoft is also reportedly running a Bing beta program, which the users of this browser can try by joining the beta community, before the stable version of Bing is released in the Google Play Store.

Previously, Microsoft launched Edge beta version last year, and then available to users in selected countries. In addition to the United States, Microsoft Edge Android and iOS version has not been launched globally.

At the beginning of last week, Microsoft Edge Product Manager Sean Lyndersay announced that Edge Android and iOS versions had been launched in more countries. According to Lyndersay, this browser is now released in almost all English and French speaking markets. 

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