Microsoft’s Windows Phone mobile operating system arrived on shelves with search capabilities powered by the company’s Bing service, yet many users have been looking for a way to switch to Google’s search engine.
For them, mobile app developer Azzelio came up with a simple software that allows them to search for what interests them the most on Google on devices that came with Bing as the default search engine right from the start.
The application is available for download for free and delivers Google search results in the well-known Metro style that Windows Phone was designed with.
You can find the application available for download through the official Windows Phone Store via this link. It offers support for Windows Phone 8 and Windows Phone 7.5 devices, and can accommodate HD 720P (720x1280), WVGA (480x800) and WXGA (768x1280) screens.