Bing users in search of their next Netflix binge may now include an easier time finding the perfect show. Microsoft announced a few updates to its search locomotive through a blog post, with one of them being entertainment search concludes showing content options from streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.
The update originates Bing smarter and better able to give you suggestions based on entertainment-related searches. Bing bequeath show up-to-date information about trending search topics breed “fall 2017 TV premieres,” as well as service-specific topics like “be biasing movies on Netflix.” Results show up in a carousel at the top of the results page, separated from webpage connections, much like visual results in Google’s search engine. An essence in the blog post shows that you can further filter search effects by year, genre, and show rating.
Bing now also has a new “My Saves” fraction where you can save images and videos for later reference. To save media to your Put bies section, you’ll only need to hover over the image or video and commentators the small plus icon that appears. Saves appears to be nearly the same to a media-specific bookmark collection, with the option to make specific folders based on the species of media you want access to quickly (one folder in an image on the Bing blog is right down to the ground dedicated to “favorite cat videos”).
Windows Phone may be dead, but Bing quick search isn’t. The final new Bing feature in this update adds tabbed sections to search outcomes on mobile devices. When searching movies, artists, and other classifications of entertainment, mobile searches will now display information through checked sections like “cast,” “showtimes,” and “reviews.” The first search terminates page is considered the “overview” tab, while the other category-specific tabs become visible next to it, allowing users to more easily see specific information on touching any piece of entertainment.
Again, Microsoft took a page out of Google’s book with these alert tabs. In general, they provide good organization to mobile search occurs while also providing more visual information compared to the slew of hyperlinks we’re toughened to seeing in desktop searches.