Microsoft announced Edge browser preview for iOS and Android

Microsoft announced Edge browser preview for iOS and Android


Microsoft Edge browser, which was first introduced with Windows 10 operating system, has now been extended to be available on mobile devices running iOS and Android operating systems.

 

If you are an insider, running iOS and Android, you can now experience the features like Favorites, Reading List, New Tab Page and Reading View of Microsoft Edge browser on your phone.

 

 

Microsoft Edge for iOS and Android brings familiar features like your Favorites, Reading List, New Tab Page and Reading View across your PC and phone, so, no matter the device, your browsing goes with you. But what makes Microsoft Edge really stand out is the ability to continue on your PC, which enables you to immediately open the page you’re looking at right on your PC—or save it to work on later.

 

Beginning 5th October 2017, iOS users can test the preview app via Apple TestFlight, and Android users can sign up to be one of the first to test the preview app which will be available soon. Click here to sign up to test the Microsoft Edge for iOS and Android preview apps.

 

Initially Microsoft Edge for iOS and Android will launch only in US-English, but will be ramp to other countries/languages as Microsoft expands the preview. And some features like roaming passwords and support for iPads/Android tablets aren't available at preview launch but will come in the future.

 

Along with this, Microsoft also announced a preview release of their new Microsoft Launcher for Android. You can learn more about this, in the official blog post published here.

 

 



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