Microsoft has been pushing Bing heavily lately, from touting the more powerful search experience it provides in the upcoming Windows 8.1 to promoting it as a platform for developers.
Now, Bing is getting a new look too.
Microsoft is giving Bing a new logo and a page redesign.
The new logo, according to Microsoft, is designed to reflect “Bing’s increasingly important role as a service layer across Microsoft.”
The redesign includes a cleaner, two-column format; quick information in the second column that combines factual information as well as social media updates; and a feature the company is calling “Page Zero,” which pulls up relevant information as the user types, before a search results page comes up.
More information on the new-look Bing is here.