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The app also collects information from famous and lists them according to their style of cuisine. This move was part of Microsoft's strategy to improve its online offerings using the brand name. Archived from on 26 March 2015. However, it added some customizability, allowing each category on the home page to be reordered or hidden. Archived from on 5 January 2015.

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Farecast's team of used these airfare observations to build algorithms to predict future airfare price movements. Integrates with video search from. The app was discontinued in September 2015 but can still be accessed via the web. Some charged a premium to access it. Other features include finding information on local , viewing pictures including and historical data about destinations, and reading reviews by previous travelers.

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The top of the home page provides access to Microsoft services , , , , , , , and , as well as popular services and. Archived from on 8 October 2016. In 2009, there were allegations that Bing Travel had copied its layouts from ; Microsoft denied the allegations. Archived from on September 27, 2017. The website no longer offers original content, instead employing editors to repurpose existing content from partners at popular and trusted organizations.

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Based on the former service. The synchronization was dropped when the apps were rebuilt for. Some examples include , affiliated with , and , and the encyclopedia with various levels of access to information. It also offers satellite maps and has information regarding. Data in the app is powered by various travel websites, including , formerly owned by Microsoft. Farecast was founded in 2003 and collected over 175 billion airfare observations by 2007.

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Microsoft integrated it as part of its Live Search group of tools in May 2008 as Live Search Farecast; Microsoft rebranded it as Bing Travel on June 3, 2009, as part of its efforts to create a new search identity. There are currently four apps in the suite: News, Weather, Sports, and Money. In 2012, Microsoft began to phase out the Windows Live brand, referring to each service separately by its individual brand name without any 'Windows' prefix or association. Archived from on September 27, 2011. In December 2014, the apps became available across all the other major platforms as well: , , and.

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Archived from on 3 October 2012. . In addition to these apps, Microsoft developed a specifically for. Sports also allows the user to view slideshows and photo galleries, look up information about individual players and , and set and track their favorite teams by selecting various topics from the hamburger menu. More new features included 'Flip Ahead', which allowed users to swipe from one article to the next.

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If the user is signed in, can track flights and get hotel information through the app. Other websites since divested by Microsoft include the travel website , the online magazine , and the local event and city search website. Some of the original websites that Microsoft launched during that era remain active in some form today. The app receives its weather conditions and from a variety of sources internationally. Internet Start served as the default for Internet Explorer and offered basic information such as news, weather, sports, stocks, entertainment reports, links to other websites on the Internet, articles by Microsoft staff members, and software updates for Windows. Archived from on 13 February 2015.

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As of January 2014, the fare prediction feature had been removed. The company also overhauled its online and services due to increasing competition from rivals such as Yahoo! At the same time, the company launched a new web portal named Microsoft Internet Start and set it as the first default of , its. Also includes the website for online casual games. By January 2013, Bing Travel results were powered by Kayak. In 1998, Microsoft renamed and moved this web portal to the www. Users can control the app hands-free, add their own recipes from physical or personal recipes by snapping a photo, add notes to recipes, and sort the recipes into collections. Users can pin Weather tiles to the to see local weather conditions from multiple locations at a glance.

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