The app, which brought Facebook integration by displaying friends' posts and statuses earlier this year, will now serve up a red flag next to the 'F' icon whenever the user receives a notification.
Beyond that, there's also a neat inline search feature which allows users to highlight phrases in documents and click the Bing icon to perform a quick web search.
"Ever been reading an article and wanted to get more information about a topic or phrase?" the company wrote in a blog post.
"We know how lots of people deal with this: copy the text, launch a browser and paste the words into the search box. With Inline Search, now all you have to do is highlight what you want to search, hit the Bing icon and you will see a preview of search results in a convenient window without ever leaving what you were doing."
New news, same bad weather
The app has also overhauled its News section, allowing users more control over the categories of story they see, while there's also a picture-based 'trending topics' section.
Lastly there's a new real-time weather app, which the company says (not unlike other weather services) should help you decide whether to pack an umbrella.
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