Bing Gets More Mobile Features in The US

    November 2, 2009
    Chris Crum

Microsoft has launched some new features for the mobile version of the Bing search engine, which is available at These include features related to the NFL and to travel.

The NFL feature lets the user type a team or player and see upcoming games, stats, and scores. If you use the feature while a game is being played, you can get real-time updates on the plays. The feature is only available in the U.S.

The second feature is for flight status. You can enter the airline and flight number and get the latest departure and landing times.

Bing Mobile features

In addition to these, there is also a new feature that makes Bing work better with touch devices. "Great news for you touch phone owners in the U.S.: we have a new version of Bing just for high-resolution touch devices," says Justin Jed for Bing Mobile. "We optimized for touch navigation to make the most of your phone, and added a great new Movies feature. Search for Movies in your city, and you’ll see the movies playing nearby, showtimes, overviews, and even trailers and video clips."

Bing Mobile for Touch Devices

To use the touch version, just go to from an iPhone, Zune HD, T-Mobile G-1, Verizon Imagio, or Samsung Omnia. Microsoft says that support for additional devices over the next couple of months.

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