Did you know there are several other Bing iPhone apps available for download besides the primary “Bing” search app? The Bing Team just blogged about this, highlighting the numerous Bing apps available in the iTunes App Store, the majority of which are music related.
I’ll admit, I was aware of some of these, but some were new to me.
Have you seen them all? Check out this list:
- Top 100s by Year by Bing: Currently free, this app lets you find and listen to the top songs from any particular year from 1947-2009.
- Hip Hop 100 by Bing: This app lets you listen to the latest news Hip Hog songs of 2010. It’s free for 60 days, then $.99 to buy.
- Pop 100 by Bing: Same as above, but for Pop songs.
- Classical 100 by Bing: Classical music top 100, again, $.99 to buy after 2 months.
- Ryan Seacrest’s Mixtapes by Bing: Listen to music, view photos, search videos, read news, and connect with Seacrest via Facebook, Twitter and email. New playlists added weekly. This one is $1.99 after 60 days.
- Chicktionary by Bing: Currently free (usually $1.99), this is a word game where you create words using letters…hatched by chickens.
- Conde Nast Traveler Gold List: Search, browse, share, and book the best hotels, resorts, and cruise lines around the globe as chosen by the world’s most trusted travelers the readers of Conde Nast Traveler. Powered by Bing.
- Vanity Fair Trivia Movie Madness: Trivia questions from Vanity Fair’s stable of film geeks with 25 levels.
- ESPN World Cup Trivia by Bing: World Cup 2010 may be over, but you can still quiz yourself on your knowledge of the games.
The team also notes that Bing functions as the search provider in a number of other apps, including Whrrl, iTV and Flixster, too.
To find these apps in iTunes just search by name.
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