Microsoft Bing Maps competes straight with Google and Yahoo online maps applications.
Microsoft Bing Search Engine competes head to head with the giants of the Internet search engine market – Google and Yahoo. Bing includes a lot of online applications ready to grab a piece of market share from the more popular search engines.
Bing Maps provide intuitive layout and navigation. Google Earth has more features but Bing Maps keep the user interface simple and easy accessible. People familiar with other mapping applications are able to jump right into Bing Maps without the need of support documents and online help.
Microsoft Bing Maps is an online mapping application providing the users with:
- find businesses,
- get directions,
- and explore locations.
Some of its features include simple use, practical navigation and fast loading. These features make Bing Maps worth a look.
2D and 3D views are instantly switchable. 3D views require a quick download to achieve the full software functionality. People can also switch among Road, Aerial, and Bird’s Eye views and toggle features as Labels and Traffic details.
Road View is an atlas-type view with clear roadmap. The user interface is simple and intuitive – click and drag the map to move from location to location and double click to center.
Aerial View looks like satellite image but when you zoom in the images switch to aerial photographs. These photographs allow users to see amazing view of the locations. The images are grayscale with low load times from the Bing Maps server.
Bird’s Eye view gives an experience that may surpass Google Earth’s details. Bing Maps delivers the image with amazing speed. The users explore the earth in Bird’s Eye View like flying in an plane.
Bing Maps offers users an excellence with quality images and quick loading. They provide easy and intuitive interface of Bing Maps.