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Search engine Bing has refreshed its apps for iPhone and iPad, with a revised home screen that looks better and simplifies navigation to view trending content.
The iPhone app now has a cleaner layout on the home screen, with the search bar in the center, and a content tab at the bottom, which displays local weather, news headlines and trending images when swiped up.
Users can also tap on the home screen and swipe through a selection of images to set as the app background.
The iPad app brings widget support so you can see trending stories and the image of the day in the Today view in the Notification Center. Additionally, Bing Translator is now supported on iPad, so you can tap the share button when viewing web pages in the Bing app or your browser to translate them instantly.
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