Microsoft released an update to Bing app for iPhone and iPod Touch. This release sports a number of stability fixes and usability tweaks, especially in image search, and design updates have made options and dialog boxes easier to use. Here’s some new features: • you can now bookmark maps, directions, web sites, businesses, search terms, even weather report, and get to bookmarks right from Bing home page • you can share results using e-mail • Copy and paste URLs • Parental control on search settings let you set a SafeSearch level and create a passcode so it can’t be changed • you can now view and edit your search history. Also search web without saving history using private search • Explicit location setting: let your iPhone find you or set a specific location so you can search near there (super useful when you're going to travel to another city and want to find things around there) • Bing now autosuggests contacts from your address book when you enter start and end locations in directions • Support for 1st generation iPod touch devices. You can get it from App Store or iTunes.