Android phone users mostly stick to Google’s services which includes Gmail, Google Maps and of course, Google Search. Despite having options to use a search engine or maps of some other service provider, people mostly tend to stick to the ones provided by Google as it easily gets the job done. Now, this makes it difficult for Google’s competitors to make Android users try their services. Microsoft is now using a clever trick to make Android users try its Bing search engine instead of Google Search. As pointed out by a post on the Pixel Phone Help page, if you have installed the Outlook app on your Android phone then Microsoft is cleverly making you search things on Bing irrespective of whether you have installed Bing on your Android phone or not. “I noticed over the last few days that long press on text in Android now also includes a “Bing Search” option. I don’t have the Bing app installed. Only Microsoft app I have on my phone is Outlook. Anyone know what is going on?” wrote a user named Ilija on the help page. So, the moment you open the Outlook app to check an email and if you… Read full this story
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