iPhoneForums.Net News Team
- Jun 18, 2010
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MacRumors reports that Microsoft’s Bing search engine app for iOS has an interesting new update that brings with it the ability to search the web using a photo that you’ve taken on your iPhone or iPad.
After applying the update, all you have to do is either choose a photo from your photo gallery or use the in-app camera feature to snap a picture, and Bing will search online for similar images to the one taken or selected.
You can also crop the photos to zoom in on a specific object that you want to search for, rather than just a whole big photo. Also, images that are returned to you by the search can be cropped within the app.
Aside from this new picture search function, the update also includes a new feature that will notify you when a movie that you’re interested in is available for streaming, as well as the addition of searches for bus routes and schedules in online maps.
Click here to download the free app: Bing – Fast and beautiful mobile search engine on the App Store
Source: Bing for iOS Lets Users Search Web for Images by Taking a Photo