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Bing gets a radio search boost courtesy of TuneIn partnership

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Microsoft's Bing search engine has picked up some extra radio search smarts thanks to a new partnership with TuneIn Radio. Building on Bing's music search, the search engine can now clearly surface the most popular online radio stations with quick links to listen to each on both PC and mobile.

Bing gets a radio search boost courtesy of TuneIn partnership

From the Bing team:

Search for 'online radio stations' to see a sample of some of the most searched for radio stations. Click the play button to listen to a radio station from the web. On a PC you'll notice a smaller tab redirecting you to TuneIn's website, allowing you to listen to music from the radio station while you continue to search or move on to another task. On mobile, TuneIn's app will be opened right to the station you searched for.

It's a relatively small tweak, but one that makes Bing even more useful as it continues to add little updates here and there. If you're a big fan of online radio, you should be able to give the new feature a shot right now.

Dan Thorp-Lancaster is the Editor in Chief for Windows Central. He began working with Windows Central as a news writer in 2014 and is obsessed with tech of all sorts. You can follow Dan on Twitter @DthorpL and Instagram @heyitsdtl. Got a hot tip? Send it to daniel.thorp-lancaster@futurenet.com.

7 Comments
  • Doesn't seem to work in India
  • Yep, doesn't work here on Mars either :'(
  • Ah, so NOW we know why the FM radio app was cut from WM10 before any feature comparable alternatives have been made available (despite Microsoft's claims to the contrary).
  • would prefer fm radio on mobile
  • I use GOOGLE!
  • Google uses you!
  • LOL. That is funny. The irony