Microsoft’s AI-Powered Bing Search Now On Mobile

Explore the new mobile Edge web browser and Bing search engine, which are both powered by artificial intelligence and have features like voice search and chat.

  • Microsoft has put out a new mobile search engine called Bing and a new web browser called Edge. Both of these are powered by artificial intelligence.
  • The new Bing mobile app lets users ask simple or complicated questions, get answers and citations, and choose how to show the results.
  • Microsoft has also announced AI-powered Bing for Skype, allowing users to add Bing to a group and ask queries that are visible to the whole group.
  • Microsoft has said that its new Bing search engine, Edge web browser, and AI-powered conversation will soon be available for mobile preview.

Since the company showed off the new AI-powered Bing and Microsoft Edge a few weeks ago, over a million people from 169 different countries have tried them out.

Microsoft’s AI-Powered Bing Search Now On Mobile
Microsoft’s AI-Powered Bing Search Now On Mobile

Seventy-one percent of testers gave the new Bing a “thumbs up” in response to the expanded features.

With the new Bing app for phones, users can ask simple or complicated questions and get answers and citations.

Users can choose to show their comments as bullet points, as text, or as short answers.

Here is further information on the new features of the Bing, Edge, and Skype apps.

Bing is now available on mobile devices.

iOS and Android users may now download updates to the Bing mobile app.

It has a fresh, up-to-date look and a chat feature that lets users ask easy or hard questions and get answers with citations.

You may customise the presentation of the responses and explore the chat experience to focus your search.

The new Bing mobile app has a voice search feature that lets users ask questions and get answers in their own words.

If you can access the preview, the Microsoft Edge mobile app’s homepage will have the new Bing experience.

AI-Enabled Bing Arrives on Skype

Microsoft has developed an AI-powered Bing for Skype, which enables new situations and features.

Like with any Skype contact, users may add Bing to a group and ask it to answer questions and provide information for the entire group.

For example, users can ask Bing for suggestions on where to go on vacation, what the weather will be like, and what interesting things are going on around the time of their trip.
All participants will have access to the findings.

Bing can show replies as bullet points, text, or a simpler response, depending on the user’s desire.

Microsoft may in the future add this feature to other communications programmes, such as Teams.