Microsoft Edge Browser Exits Preview and Now Available for iOS and Android

Microsoft Edge Browser Exits Preview and Now Available for iOS and Android

Having been a beta-only affair for quite a while, you can download the Microsoft Edge browser for iPhone straight from the App Store.

The Microsoft Edge browser for Android has the same interface like its PC version.

I just wrote about the recent update that removed the preview tag yesterday, but neglected to mention the status change. The features included are Reading list, Reading view, New Tab page which shows recent news from MSN including the search bar at the top, QR scanner and the best one is "Continue on PC". So rather than relying completely on its failing (or rather, failed) mobile operating system, it is a good move from Microsoft to bring more services to platforms that are widely adopted across the globe. iOS is definitely one of them. Another feature is password syncing, it allows users to sync the password across the devices, such as on a Windows 10 desktop, the feature, however, works only when the Microsoft account is linked.

For Windows PC users, Microsoft bringing its Edge browser to mobile is certainly a welcomed addition.

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As its name suggests, the Roaming Passwords feature allows users to set passwords for frequently-visited sites and online services on a smartphone and then pull up those credentials when they revisit those sites on their Windows 10 PCs.

Additional markets and languages will be added over time, but Belfiore did not mention anything more detailed than that. Do let us know if you come across any new features in the Windows 10 version of the app. "We are committed to empowering people and organizations to achieve more".

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