The travel homepage for Bing has undergone some new changes in order to improve usability.

As well as the price predictor and hotel rate indicator which help users book rooms and check airfares, its search tools have been enhanced to assist those who aren’t sure where they want to travel to.

By using the service’s more flexible search options, customers can receive data on a variety of destinations over a range of possible travel dates at once, including lowest flight fares.

It is also able to produce results based on budget – if users type in how much they have to spend, the engine will generate all the different areas they can visit from their hometown within their specified amount.

The company recently released visual product guidelines as part of its internet marketing services strategy, intended to ease implementation for third parties in their applications. Concerns such as editorial style and approaches to user interface error messages are addressed.

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