Mall Maps arrives on Bing for Mobile

Mall Maps Bing MobileHate getting lost at the mall looking for a certain store or restaurant? Instead of having to traverse all the way to the concierge at ground floor to ask for a map, why not pull out your smartphone instead? Thanks to the folks over at Microsoft, finding out where you need to go in a mall is just a website away because they have launched mall maps for Bing Mobile. While mall maps was announced quite a while ago, it was meant for desktop browsers, which wasn’t really useful considering that you wouldn’t have your desktop with you when you were out of the house and in a shopping mall. The service has over 400 shopping malls available now, with more on the way in the coming months. Never get lost in a mall again, just head over to on your phone or tablet’s web browser and search for the mall’s name.

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