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Windows Live Search Mobile intros Shop and Search on the Go

Windows Live Search is on th roll the past couple of days. It’s latest offering, a convenient mobile application for product search. Product search on mobile phones provide a listings of popular products, user ratings and price comparison from different online stores. It could come in handy when you passed by a gadget store and saw that uber cool gadget and is close to purchasing it, but upon searching for it on Windows Live Search on your mobile phone, you’d find a couple of bad reviews. That would have cost you a good amount of money, if not for Windows Live Mobile Search.msnproductsearch Windows Live Search Mobile intros Shop and Search on the GoThe Live Search for Mobile also features ratings that were created by extracting the key elements of user reviews across the web. That makes up for a convenient and quick way of scanning a product’s merit and demerits.

As a bonus feature for those in the UK and Japan, you can simply click on the Find my Location Link when you access the mobile Live Search portal and Live Search will automatically set your location based on your promixity to cell towers. This would make it easy for you to locate the best stores, restaurants and other destinations where you are currently located.

You can access Windows Live Search by pointing your mobile phone’s browser to m.live.com.

 Windows Live Search Mobile intros Shop and Search on the Go
Arnold Zafra writes daily on the announcements by Google, Ask.com, Yahoo & MSN along with how these announcements effect web publishers. He is currently building three niche blogs covering iPad News, Google Android Phones and E-Book Readers.
 Windows Live Search Mobile intros Shop and Search on the Go
 Windows Live Search Mobile intros Shop and Search on the Go

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2 thoughts on “Windows Live Search Mobile intros Shop and Search on the Go

  1. I live in the UK and the “Find My Location” thingy is just awesome.

    Works pretty well all around London on my O2 device! And since my Nokia can’t run Google Maps this is just wicked.

    Terrific.

    steve