To that end, they have identified the iPhone as an area they can improve in, and as such have begun developing a software wrapper that iPhone app developers can make use of.
The wrapper would let developers easily integrate Bing search results into their applications, likely sorted by the context of the application itself. As an example, someone putting together an application that revolved around finding computer hardware on sale could integrate it with Bing cashback. That's just an example, and clearly Microsoft's intent is to get more eye-time with Bing searches.
The software wrapper is an ideal way to do that, especially since Apple is not a player in the search market. Microsoft truly has only Google to deal with in this, and catering directly to iPhone developers is a clever way to get on the inside of one of the world's most popular mobile computing platforms.
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