Microsoft Announces New Visual Search Features for Bing on Android and iOS

Bing’s Visual Search function is getting more improvements this month. As Microsoft Announces New Visual Search Features for Bing on Android and iOS. For those who don’t know the Visual Search Features for Bing, the feature allows Bing users to search, shop and learn more about the world through the photos they take or image they see.

Visual Search Features for Bing on Android and iOS will be available this month

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Now Microsoft is adding more functionalities into it. These new features will include Text Transcription, improvements to the Visual Search dialog box, as well as Math Solver.

Math Solver is a brand new feature which allows users to solve mathematical equations, including calculus, by simply taking pictures and tapping the Math button positioned in the bottom menu between Auto and Barcode.

Text Transcription is another improvement that allows users to copy and search the text they see directly through their camera. Basically, you will be able to take a picture of a phone number to call it directly. Moreover, you can add an email to your contacts list, or even visit a website and navigate an address.

Moreover, Microsoft has decided to make searching via an image on Bing easier by redesigning the Visual Search dialog box. The main improvement is the option to drag and drop an image, either from Bing or your computer’s desktop, directly into the image box to search much easier.

All the Android and iOS users of Bing will get these features this month.

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Onsa Mustafa

Onsa is a Software Engineer and a tech blogger focuses on innovation in technology. She likes music, photography, traveling and exploring nature.

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