Microsoft brings Edge browser to Android and iOS devices


Microsoft has almost given up on its Windows Mobile operating system, but has been releasing apps such as Bink search, MS Office, Cortana, Arrow Launcer and more on rival platforms, Android and iOS, to make its presence felt in the smartphone segment. Now Microsoft's latest offering to Android and iOS is its web browser that debut in Windows 10 and replaced Internet Explorer — Edge

The Edge browser will be available as Preview for Android and iOS and will be available only for Windows Insiders.

The Android and iOS version of Edge will have the same features as Windows 10 Mobile and desktop version including Favorites, Reading List, New Tab Page, Reading View, across your PC and phone, making it easier to find, view and manage content on the go, so you can browse seamlessly. Also your passwords and favorites are synced across your device, if you're logged into your account. 

There's also a feature called 'continue on your PC' which allows you to immediately open the page you're looking on your mobile device, right on your PC. 


Microsoft Edge for Android and iOS features
  • From PC to mobile,  browse seamlessly across your devices, while your information syncs in the background.
  • Go anywhere and pick up where you left off by easily moving content between your mobile device and your Windows 10 PC.
  • Passwords and favorites are synced across your devices so your browser is always personalized to you.
  • Hub View makes it easy to find and manage your content like favorites, reading list, history and books all in one place.
  • Reading View allows you to reorganize the content on a webpage to make it easier to focus on what you’re reading.
  • Find, view, and share content effortlessly with a built-in QR Code Reader to pull up information at a touch of a button, Voice Search to use the web in more familiar ways, and InPrivate mode to keep your browsing data private.
Edge for iOS is now available for a limited number of users in Apple's TestFlight system. The Android app will be available soon via Android's Play Store Early Access. 

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Microsoft brings Edge browser to Android and iOS devices Microsoft brings Edge browser to Android and iOS devices Reviewed by Ajedux Bey on 10/06/2017 10:30:00 PM
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