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  • March
    13

    Find It Faster with Image Match

    Searching for the right image can be tough. After sorting through hundreds of images, you finally find a picture you like but unfortunately it’s low resolution or an odd dimension leaving you to go back to scrolling through the results pages. To take the hassle out of this process we’re introducing a new feature that allows you to match an image in a few simple clicks. How does it work? Now when you’re browsing images you will see a button at the bottom of the page that reads “Image Match.” When you click on the button, Bing will show you a list of different size images that you can then narrow down by size. If you want to see all images, click on view all sizes. If you come across an image online and want to find more examples, hit ‘image match’ near the search box on Bing.com/images and paste the specific image URL. Alternatively, if you have a popular or well-known picture on your computer that you want to match, you can also upload directly to Bing.com/Images and we’ll match the results. Try and it out and let us know what you think. - The Bing Image Team Searching for the right image can be tough. After sorting through hundreds of images, you finally find a picture you like but unfortunately it’s low resolution or an odd dimension leaving you to go back to scrolling through the results pages. To take the hassle out of this process we’re introducing a new feature that allows you to match an image in a few simple clicks. How does it work? Now when you’re browsing images you will see a button at the bottom of the page that reads “Image Match.” When you click on the button, Bing will show you a list of different size images that you can then narrow down by size. If you want to see all images, click on view all sizes. If you come across an image online and want to find more examples, hit ‘image match’ near the search box on Bing.com/images and paste the specific image URL. Alternatively, if you have a popular or well-known picture on your computer that you want to match, you can also upload directly to Bing.com/Images and we’ll match the results. Try and it out and let us know what you think. - The Bing Image Team
  • March
    05

    Bing Web Search Arrives on Xbox One

    With Xbox One, we introduced an all-in-one games and entertainment system with sophisticated voice navigation and natural language voice search powered by Bing and Kinect. In addition to combining games, music, and movies one amazing device, every Xbox One utilizes the power of Bing and Kinect to make it fast, easy and natural to find, play, watch, and listen to whatever you want. Today as part of the Xbox Live update, we are expanding search to include the web. If you don’t find what you’re looking for among the hundreds and thousands of music, movie, app and game titles in our index, you can now extend your search to the web. Since launch millions of you have taken advantage of the voice search capabilities of Bing. Shortly after launch we released an update that showcased what you are saying while the search was conducted in parallel. Now you can see how Bing and Xbox understand your voice, for an even more fluid voice search experience. You can learn more about all of the updates arriving with the Xbox Live update on the Xbox Wire. The Bing Team With Xbox One, we introduced an all-in-one games and entertainment system with sophisticated voice navigation and natural language voice search powered by Bing and Kinect. In addition to combining games, music, and movies one amazing device, every Xbox One utilizes the power of Bing and Kinect to make it fast, easy and natural to find, play, watch, and listen to whatever you want. Today as part of the Xbox Live update, we are expanding search to include the web. If you don’t find what you’re looking for among the hundreds and thousands of music, movie, app and game titles in our index, you can now extend your search to the web. Since launch millions of you have taken advantage of the voice search capabilities of Bing. Shortly after launch we released an update that showcased what you are saying while the search was conducted in parallel. Now you can see how Bing and Xbox understand your voice, for an even more fluid voice search experience. You can learn more about all of the updates arriving with the Xbox Live update on the Xbox Wire. The Bing Team
  • March
    02

    Bing for iPhone App Updates Now Live

    At Bing, we’re constantly looking for ways to improve your experience regardless of which device you’re using. Our greatest resource to inform what we work on next is direct feedback from you. This week, we are releasing a host of updates to the Bing for iPhone app based directly on what you asked for. Let’s take a look. Search Anywhere To streamline navigation, we are introducing a pervasive widget that is always available within the app. With a simple tap, you have 4 finger friendly buttons that allow you to return to the homepage, conduct a voice search, conduct a text search or see your Recent searches. If you don’t feel like using the widget – turn it off in the settings and it’ll be out of your way. Multi-taskers Rejoice! Manage Multiple Searches When searching on your iPhone, it’s usually in the context of getting things done - whether that’s planning a night out, looking for directions or catching up on the latest news. To get things done swiftly while on the go, Bing now lets you run multiple searches without having to get rid of the original results. Now, you can manage all your Recent searches on the Recent page. Swipe a tile off the screen, if it’s no longer relevant, open... Read More At Bing, we’re constantly looking for ways to improve your experience regardless of which device you’re using. Our greatest resource to inform what we work on next is direct feedback from you. This week, we are releasing a host of updates to the Bing for iPhone app based directly on what you asked for. Let’s take a look. Search Anywhere To streamline navigation, we are introducing a pervasive widget that is always available within the app. With a simple tap, you have 4 finger friendly buttons that allow you to return to the homepage, conduct a voice search, conduct a text search or see your Recent searches. If you don’t feel like using the widget – turn it off in the settings and it’ll be out of your way. Multi-taskers Rejoice! Manage Multiple Searches When searching on your iPhone, it’s usually in the context of getting things done - whether that’s planning a night out, looking for directions or catching up on the latest news. To get things done swiftly while on the go, Bing now lets you run multiple searches without having to get rid of the original results. Now, you can manage all your Recent searches on the Recent page. Swipe a tile off the screen, if it’s no longer relevant, open... Read More
  • February
    26

    Mapping out the medal winners at the Winter...

    If your office was anything like ours, you were glued to your seats throughout the Olympics. With all the excitement over, we decided to map out the medal winners by country and by day. Check out our analysis below via the GIF or the video. Winter Olympics 2014 Medal Count from Bing on Vimeo . Cheers! Bing Canada If your office was anything like ours, you were glued to your seats throughout the Olympics. With all the excitement over, we decided to map out the medal winners by country and by day. Check out our analysis below via the GIF or the video. Winter Olympics 2014 Medal Count from Bing on Vimeo . Cheers! Bing Canada
  • February
    20

    New Bing Apps are Here and Ready to Roam

    At Microsoft, we’ve been hard at work updating our Bing apps as well as bringing a new set of apps to Windows Phone. Today, we’re releasing a comprehensive update to our Bing apps with fresh features and the ability for your personalized content to roam across all your Windows devices. We’re also excited to introduce you to three new Bing apps for Windows Phone: Travel, Food & Drink and Health & Fitness. First, let’s start with the new apps: New: Introducing the Bing Food & Drink app for Windows Phone Fans of the Windows 8 Food & Drink app will be happy to see the companion app on Windows Phone. The Bing Food & Drink app was designed with the novice cook and seasoned chef in mind. With thousands of recipes from leading culinary content partners including AllRecipes, BigOven, Epicurious, Bon Appetit, Saveur, Food52 and more, you can now find these on Windows Phone. Find the Perfect Recipe: The Food & Drink app lets you access over 600,000 illustrated recipes so there’s something for any menu or occasion. With infinite scroll, you can keep scrolling through the selections until something catches your eye. Easily Create and Manage your Shopping Lists: With one tap... Read More At Microsoft, we’ve been hard at work updating our Bing apps as well as bringing a new set of apps to Windows Phone. Today, we’re releasing a comprehensive update to our Bing apps with fresh features and the ability for your personalized content to roam across all your Windows devices. We’re also excited to introduce you to three new Bing apps for Windows Phone: Travel, Food & Drink and Health & Fitness. First, let’s start with the new apps: New: Introducing the Bing Food & Drink app for Windows Phone Fans of the Windows 8 Food & Drink app will be happy to see the companion app on Windows Phone. The Bing Food & Drink app was designed with the novice cook and seasoned chef in mind. With thousands of recipes from leading culinary content partners including AllRecipes, BigOven, Epicurious, Bon Appetit, Saveur, Food52 and more, you can now find these on Windows Phone. Find the Perfect Recipe: The Food & Drink app lets you access over 600,000 illustrated recipes so there’s something for any menu or occasion. With infinite scroll, you can keep scrolling through the selections until something catches your eye. Easily Create and Manage your Shopping Lists: With one tap... Read More
  • February
    13

    "Thank You for Your Cooperation"...

    One of the great things about technology - search in particular - is the chance to constantly explore where the world is headed. Parsing through current trends and dreaming up innovations that will be coming to light in the coming years can seem a lot like science fiction. So it was a natural fit when Sony Pictures asked us to come up with a concept for search in the not-too-distant future to showcase in the upcoming Robocop film (opening this week.) Of course, all of us at Microsoft were huge fans of the original Robocop character, and we are excited to be a part of the project. Since the film is set in 2028 (and not, say, 3028), the team wanted a vision for Bing that was true to the story and innovations on the horizon, but still very much grounded in today’s reality. From 2001: A Space Odyssey to the Minority Report there is a long precedent of amazing visions of what technology will look like in the future. Microsoft is working to solve some very hard problems around voice recognition, image recognition, dimensional displays and other “natural user inputs” like gestures and eye gaze. Yet, some of the biggest solutions in search are less visible, like understanding people’s intent... Read More One of the great things about technology - search in particular - is the chance to constantly explore where the world is headed. Parsing through current trends and dreaming up innovations that will be coming to light in the coming years can seem a lot like science fiction. So it was a natural fit when Sony Pictures asked us to come up with a concept for search in the not-too-distant future to showcase in the upcoming Robocop film (opening this week.) Of course, all of us at Microsoft were huge fans of the original Robocop character, and we are excited to be a part of the project. Since the film is set in 2028 (and not, say, 3028), the team wanted a vision for Bing that was true to the story and innovations on the horizon, but still very much grounded in today’s reality. From 2001: A Space Odyssey to the Minority Report there is a long precedent of amazing visions of what technology will look like in the future. Microsoft is working to solve some very hard problems around voice recognition, image recognition, dimensional displays and other “natural user inputs” like gestures and eye gaze. Yet, some of the biggest solutions in search are less visible, like understanding people’s intent... Read More
  • February
    10

    Bitcoin Conversion Now Live

    For years, you have been able to convert currencies in Bing. Whether you’re looking to compare dollars to pounds, euros to pesos or yuan to rupee, we’ve got over 50 currencies in our index that we’ll display following a few quick keystrokes. As Bitcoin (the peer-to-peer payment system and digital currency) makes headlines and captures the world's attention, we thought it was only natural to give you an easy way to track real-time fluctuations. Starting today, you will find instant Bitcoin conversions at the top of your Bing results.* How many Bitcoins do you need for that $71,000 Tesla? To check it out for yourself, head over to www.bing.com and try a search . To learn more about the data, check out Coinbase's post here. - The Bing Team *This feature is initially available to people in the US, Australia, Canada, India and UK but will be rolling out to additional markets in the coming weeks. For years, you have been able to convert currencies in Bing. Whether you’re looking to compare dollars to pounds, euros to pesos or yuan to rupee, we’ve got over 50 currencies in our index that we’ll display following a few quick keystrokes. As Bitcoin (the peer-to-peer payment system and digital currency) makes headlines and captures the world's attention, we thought it was only natural to give you an easy way to track real-time fluctuations. Starting today, you will find instant Bitcoin conversions at the top of your Bing results.* How many Bitcoins do you need for that $71,000 Tesla? To check it out for yourself, head over to www.bing.com and try a search . To learn more about the data, check out Coinbase's post here. - The Bing Team *This feature is initially available to people in the US, Australia, Canada, India and UK but will be rolling out to additional markets in the coming weeks.
  • January
    31

    A Reporter’s Take on Bing

    Are you curious about how Microsoft is differentiating our search experience with Bing? Check out this recent article from the Calgary Herald. Are you curious about how Microsoft is differentiating our search experience with Bing? Check out this recent article from the Calgary Herald.
  • January
    29

    SEO: Past Performance is No Guarantee of...

    SEO (search engine optimization) has been around for a very long time. During that time, SEOs have found creative ways to move the needle, abused them, lost them to algo updates, found more and generally repeated the cycle 3 billion times. I’ve been on both sides of this, and made a decision about a year into running my first successful website: content would be the focus. Now, mind you, this was before “content was king” and before the engines really nailed that message. It just seemed like the right approach to me. Serve the searcher, not the engine. To be clear, I still use tools like the Bing Webmaster Tools and other webmaster tools to understand what’s up, I do some light keyword research , etc. All the usual best practices most sites perform every day. Remember, it’s all about balance today and moving forward. And while everyone today is all about “content”, many still seek shortcuts. So many businesses have flawed plans or approaches. And so many have business models that will be flawed as time moves forward. I was recently told a story from a friend about a meeting he had with a startup. Their CMO detailed their plans to strike it rich with a site full of “educational videos... Read More SEO (search engine optimization) has been around for a very long time. During that time, SEOs have found creative ways to move the needle, abused them, lost them to algo updates, found more and generally repeated the cycle 3 billion times. I’ve been on both sides of this, and made a decision about a year into running my first successful website: content would be the focus. Now, mind you, this was before “content was king” and before the engines really nailed that message. It just seemed like the right approach to me. Serve the searcher, not the engine. To be clear, I still use tools like the Bing Webmaster Tools and other webmaster tools to understand what’s up, I do some light keyword research , etc. All the usual best practices most sites perform every day. Remember, it’s all about balance today and moving forward. And while everyone today is all about “content”, many still seek shortcuts. So many businesses have flawed plans or approaches. And so many have business models that will be flawed as time moves forward. I was recently told a story from a friend about a meeting he had with a startup. Their CMO detailed their plans to strike it rich with a site full of “educational videos... Read More
  • January
    14

    “Hello World!” Speech Input Arrives in...

    The following was reposted from the Microsoft and Bing Translator Official Team Blog . Say ‘Hello World!’ in multiple languages with the new speech-to-speech feature for the Bing Translator app for Windows . The recent release update for the Translator app for Windows now delivers the same speech-to-speech functionality that Bing Translator app for Windows Phone 8 users already love. Now users can leverage the power of speech-to-speech translations from any Windows device. Simply speak into your device by using the microphone feature to place orders or ask for directions and hear the translated words in a native speaker's accent. In addition to speech input, this new release of the Translator app now offers users the option to use the camera feature in both portrait and landscape mode. Simply point your camera, scan and translate printed language using your tablet or PC to create subtitles for everyday life. Today, we are also releasing new updates to the Bing Translator app for Windows Phone 8 which include, among other features, an easier to navigate redesigned user interface for the existing and recently released offline language packs. By downloading offline language packs, you... Read More The following was reposted from the Microsoft and Bing Translator Official Team Blog . Say ‘Hello World!’ in multiple languages with the new speech-to-speech feature for the Bing Translator app for Windows . The recent release update for the Translator app for Windows now delivers the same speech-to-speech functionality that Bing Translator app for Windows Phone 8 users already love. Now users can leverage the power of speech-to-speech translations from any Windows device. Simply speak into your device by using the microphone feature to place orders or ask for directions and hear the translated words in a native speaker's accent. In addition to speech input, this new release of the Translator app now offers users the option to use the camera feature in both portrait and landscape mode. Simply point your camera, scan and translate printed language using your tablet or PC to create subtitles for everyday life. Today, we are also releasing new updates to the Bing Translator app for Windows Phone 8 which include, among other features, an easier to navigate redesigned user interface for the existing and recently released offline language packs. By downloading offline language packs, you... Read More
  • December
    20

    The Most Popular Bing Homepages for 2013

    At Bing, we are obsessed with great imagery. Our team pores over thousands of photos to deliver you that one special homepage image that showcases the world from a new perspective. From underwater mangroves to Himalayan mountain ranges, you were able to traverse the planet on the homepage in 2013. With that in mind, we thought it would be interesting to end the year highlighting the top ten most popular homepages based on your interaction. 10. Aerial view of Gardens by the Bay and the Super Trees, Singapore City, Singapore (© SIME / eStock Photo) 9. Charco de los Ciclos (also known as “Green Lagoon”) on Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain (© Marco Pavan/4Corners) 8. New Croton Dam in Croton, New York (© Greg Miller/Gallery Stock) 7. Mount Shasta, California (© Nagesh Mahadev) 6. Boats and people relax on a sandbar, Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, Hawaii (© Ron Dahlquist/Getty Images) 5. Mangrove seen from underwater, Aldabra, Seychelles (© Expeditieteam Aldabra/Foto Natura/Minden Pictures) 4. North Avenue Beach on Lake Michigan, Chicago (© Luiz Felipe Castro/Getty Images) 3. Aerial view near Ocean Drive in Newport... Read More At Bing, we are obsessed with great imagery. Our team pores over thousands of photos to deliver you that one special homepage image that showcases the world from a new perspective. From underwater mangroves to Himalayan mountain ranges, you were able to traverse the planet on the homepage in 2013. With that in mind, we thought it would be interesting to end the year highlighting the top ten most popular homepages based on your interaction. 10. Aerial view of Gardens by the Bay and the Super Trees, Singapore City, Singapore (© SIME / eStock Photo) 9. Charco de los Ciclos (also known as “Green Lagoon”) on Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain (© Marco Pavan/4Corners) 8. New Croton Dam in Croton, New York (© Greg Miller/Gallery Stock) 7. Mount Shasta, California (© Nagesh Mahadev) 6. Boats and people relax on a sandbar, Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, Hawaii (© Ron Dahlquist/Getty Images) 5. Mangrove seen from underwater, Aldabra, Seychelles (© Expeditieteam Aldabra/Foto Natura/Minden Pictures) 4. North Avenue Beach on Lake Michigan, Chicago (© Luiz Felipe Castro/Getty Images) 3. Aerial view near Ocean Drive in Newport... Read More
  • December
    10

    The New Photosynth

    If a picture is worth a thousand words, we think some places are worth a thousand views. Whether it's the approach of Mount Everest, the Elgin Marbles or the exquisite detail of the forest floor, we've all been to places that cry out to be explored. That’s why today we are pleased to release a preview of the new Photosynth , the next phase of our ground breaking experience that analyzes digital photographs to generate three-dimensional views of real world spaces. Last week, with the release of Bing Maps Preview for Windows 8 we introduced a step forward towards our goal of creating a digital replica of the planet with an immersive 3D way to traverse and explore the world. Building on that vision, the new Photosynth gives everyone access to powerful tools to capture their own favorite spots around the globe. Spin around Haystack Rock by adam_mitchell55 on Photosynth With Photosynth, you can capture the places you love in amazing resolution and full 3D. Check out some eye-popping examples by browsing the new featured synths. If you’re interested in making your own, you can sign up now and we’ll enable your account for these new synths on a first-come first... Read More If a picture is worth a thousand words, we think some places are worth a thousand views. Whether it's the approach of Mount Everest, the Elgin Marbles or the exquisite detail of the forest floor, we've all been to places that cry out to be explored. That’s why today we are pleased to release a preview of the new Photosynth , the next phase of our ground breaking experience that analyzes digital photographs to generate three-dimensional views of real world spaces. Last week, with the release of Bing Maps Preview for Windows 8 we introduced a step forward towards our goal of creating a digital replica of the planet with an immersive 3D way to traverse and explore the world. Building on that vision, the new Photosynth gives everyone access to powerful tools to capture their own favorite spots around the globe. Spin around Haystack Rock by adam_mitchell55 on Photosynth With Photosynth, you can capture the places you love in amazing resolution and full 3D. Check out some eye-popping examples by browsing the new featured synths. If you’re interested in making your own, you can sign up now and we’ll enable your account for these new synths on a first-come first... Read More
  • December
    01

    Canada’s Top Bing Searches for 2013

    What did Canada search for in 2013? Based on the aggregation of millions of search queries, we are unveiling the top search trends of Canadians in 2013. Here’s what we found: Most Searched Person of the Year Twerking her way to the top: Miley Cyrus becomes the most searched person in Canada this year. Canada doubles down on the Kardashians in 2013. It appears Kim Kardashian isn’t enough and we welcome Kourtney Kardashian into the top 10. Are three Kardashians a possibility for 2014? Women dominated in 2013 with eight of the ten most searched people of the year being women – only two men made it into the top ten: Justin Beiber (#4) and Blake Shelton (#9). · Top 10 comparison for 2012 and 2013 in Canada: Rank 2013 2012 1 Miley Cyrus Justin Bieber 2 Kate Middleton Miley Cyrus 3 Amanda Bynes Kim Kardashian 4 Justin Bieber Selena Gomez 5 Kim Kardashian Kate Middleton 6 Shakira Jennifer Aniston 7... Read More What did Canada search for in 2013? Based on the aggregation of millions of search queries, we are unveiling the top search trends of Canadians in 2013. Here’s what we found: Most Searched Person of the Year Twerking her way to the top: Miley Cyrus becomes the most searched person in Canada this year. Canada doubles down on the Kardashians in 2013. It appears Kim Kardashian isn’t enough and we welcome Kourtney Kardashian into the top 10. Are three Kardashians a possibility for 2014? Women dominated in 2013 with eight of the ten most searched people of the year being women – only two men made it into the top ten: Justin Beiber (#4) and Blake Shelton (#9). · Top 10 comparison for 2012 and 2013 in Canada: Rank 2013 2012 1 Miley Cyrus Justin Bieber 2 Kate Middleton Miley Cyrus 3 Amanda Bynes Kim Kardashian 4 Justin Bieber Selena Gomez 5 Kim Kardashian Kate Middleton 6 Shakira Jennifer Aniston 7... Read More
  • November
    22

    Deep Learning for Image Understanding in...

    A few months ago we provided a behind the scenes look into how Bing is improving image search quality. In this post we wanted to take the opportunity to further that discussion highlighting some recent outreach we did with researchers to explore new approaches to improving image search quality. My colleague Eason Wang will give you a closer look at how we are taking advantage of Deep Learning and entity understanding to deliver more relevant, useful and beautiful image results in Bing. - Dr. Harry Shum, Corporate Vice President, Bing R&D Our colleague Meenaz Merchant gave an overview of Bing image search a few months ago. Today we will talk about the technology behind our approach. Rooted in the fundamental techniques of web search, traditional image search has relied heavily on text information such as surrounding text, title and URLs to deliver relevant results. However, in the age of social media and self-expression this approach has become less effective. A large percentage of images are shared with little or no text information (as shown in the example below). This presents new challenges propelling us to examine the properties of the image itself to provide more relevant and... Read More A few months ago we provided a behind the scenes look into how Bing is improving image search quality. In this post we wanted to take the opportunity to further that discussion highlighting some recent outreach we did with researchers to explore new approaches to improving image search quality. My colleague Eason Wang will give you a closer look at how we are taking advantage of Deep Learning and entity understanding to deliver more relevant, useful and beautiful image results in Bing. - Dr. Harry Shum, Corporate Vice President, Bing R&D Our colleague Meenaz Merchant gave an overview of Bing image search a few months ago. Today we will talk about the technology behind our approach. Rooted in the fundamental techniques of web search, traditional image search has relied heavily on text information such as surrounding text, title and URLs to deliver relevant results. However, in the age of social media and self-expression this approach has become less effective. A large percentage of images are shared with little or no text information (as shown in the example below). This presents new challenges propelling us to examine the properties of the image itself to provide more relevant and... Read More
  • November
    21

    Xbox, Bing – Deliver Me a Whole New Way...

    When we watched Star Trek decades ago, the idea of talking to a computer seemed like pure science fiction. Fast forward to the present and your voice has replaced the remote control for your living room with Xbox One, an all-in-one games and entertainment system with sophisticated voice navigation and natural language voice powered by Bing and Kinect. In addition to combining games, music, movies, and live TV into one amazing device, every Xbox One utilizes the power of Bing and Kinect to make it fast, easy and natural to find, play, watch, and listen to whatever you want. Bing makes finding the entertainment you want easier than ever on Xbox One. Whether your game, show, song or movie is in an app, on your console, or in our own Xbox Music or Xbox Video, the same instant search technology that powers Bing web search also brings your entertainment results together beautifully on your TV. Xbox entertainment is growing from hundreds of thousands of pieces of content to millions. With all of the rich content options available today also comes complexity – most of us have a hard time finding the entertainment we’re looking for without paging through screens and screens of menus and switching... Read More When we watched Star Trek decades ago, the idea of talking to a computer seemed like pure science fiction. Fast forward to the present and your voice has replaced the remote control for your living room with Xbox One, an all-in-one games and entertainment system with sophisticated voice navigation and natural language voice powered by Bing and Kinect. In addition to combining games, music, movies, and live TV into one amazing device, every Xbox One utilizes the power of Bing and Kinect to make it fast, easy and natural to find, play, watch, and listen to whatever you want. Bing makes finding the entertainment you want easier than ever on Xbox One. Whether your game, show, song or movie is in an app, on your console, or in our own Xbox Music or Xbox Video, the same instant search technology that powers Bing web search also brings your entertainment results together beautifully on your TV. Xbox entertainment is growing from hundreds of thousands of pieces of content to millions. With all of the rich content options available today also comes complexity – most of us have a hard time finding the entertainment we’re looking for without paging through screens and screens of menus and switching... Read More