By Jaime Rivera | January 29, 2014 3:56 PM
Microsoft’s Bing Rewards has reached a decent level of popularity on desktop browsers. By using its services, Bing awards you with credits that can later be used to redeem rewards in Amazon, Xbox, Skype, and other gift cards, and which even allow you to donate these credits to schools or charities as well. The only problem the service had is that it was only available on the desktop, or at least it was a problem until today.
Microsoft has just launched the service on iOS and Android, which will give you similar functionality to what you get on the desktop for now, but not quite everything. The company has committed to provide all the services in the next coming months, though for now you will see some mobile-centric benefits that you won’t find on the desktop as well.
Now the next obvious question you all have is when will this reach Windows Phone? As ironic as it may sound, we don’t have a date, but Microsoft has mentioned that it expects to launch it soon. We presume this has to do with the Windows Phone 8.1 launch as well.