An update to Microsoft's Bing search engine will now bring Facebook, Twitter Integration to the platform that aims to compete with the dominant player, Google in the global internet search market.
The software giant released a series of updates for the Bing search engine on May 11 aiming to fundamentally transform the way users search for information on the internet. In order to connect the platform to the social media, the company has allowed users to link their searches to their Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Microsoft claims that this is most significant update since the search engine was unveiled three years ago. The users will be able to view useful, action-oriented information on the search engine through the new snapshot feature.
"With the new version of Bing, rolling out over the coming weeks and broadly available in the U. S. in early June, people can easily get advice and recommendations from friends and experts with the new social sidebar," according to Microsoft.
The company says that the users will be able to get faster responses with more relevant results and a refreshed user interface, which will make it easier to use for the users.