Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) has announced a new update that will bring the company’s search engine back to Google’s home page and allow users to switch to Bing on their own.
Users can opt to use Bing when searching for “mobile phones”, “mobile broadband”, “cell phone” or “cell tower”.
The update is rolling out to all devices in the US, UK, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Canada, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.
Users will be able to select “Home” or Bing for the search in Settings.
Users can now also set up Bing to display the search results in the search box instead of the results being shown on the top or bottom of the page.
Bing’s search results now display in the bottom right corner instead of being displayed on top.
This new Bing update will be rolled out to a wider variety of devices as Google has also been working on new search technologies, including its own search engine and its own keyword suggestions engine.
The search engine is still one of the most widely used search engines on the web, with about 75 percent of US internet searches happening through it.
However, with Google now being rolled out across the world and the company continuing to grow, the company has been working to make the search experience more efficient.
The company has also introduced a new mobile app, Bing Mobile, which allows users to search and perform various searches on their Android or iOS devices.
Users of the app can now search for “phones” and “cell phones” on their phone or tablet.
This makes the search engine even easier to navigate when you have a limited amount of time on your hands.
Bing Mobile was originally available on the iPhone and Google Play Store for $4.99 and $5.99, respectively.
Users who are in the United States can now upgrade to Bing Mobile for $6.99 per month, $8.99 for 12 months or $16.99 annually.
Bing Mobile also supports Google Chrome.
In addition to Bing, Google also plans to make its own Bing Search engine, which it plans to roll out to users of its Android and iOS devices this month.
The Bing Search Engine will be available to users who already have the Google Search app installed.
Google announced a $50 million funding round in April, led by New Enterprise Associates, the hedge fund that specializes in private equity, venture capital and private equity investment.