Microsoft Edge steps out of beta; now out for Android and iOS

Microsoft Edge steps out of beta; now out for Android and iOS

Microsoft Edge steps out of beta; now out for Android and iOS

Running Edge on Android and iOS lets you sync your favorites and reading list from your desktop.

Microsoft is planning to support tab syncing and the iPad at some point in the future, but both features probably won't arrive until next year. Microsoft Edge will pull up the reading and information right onto your screen. After introducing a closed testing programme, edge is finally available for public on Android and iOS. As has been our approach with Windows 10, we'll continue to try new things, learn and build the best experiences possible.

Edge isn't just about content synchronization though. The private browsing feature won't retain history items, temporary Internet files and cookies.

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The Roaming Passwords feature will synchronize all saved passwords in Edge between the mobile and PC. This way, users have a quicker means to access their accounts whether they are on mobile or desktop, according to Mashable.

As planned, its "continue on PC" feature is the centrepiece, allowing mobile users to switch seamlessly from using their browser on smartphone, picking up where they left off on PC.

The Microsoft Edge browser for Android has the same interface like its PC version. Windows Club says this theme causes less strain on the eyes, and it also conserves battery. The company also shared a promotional video and some other interesting details, saying Edge has been downloaded by "hundreds of thousands" and will be available in more regions soon. Voice search allows users to ask a question and have Microsoft Edge look it up in "more natural, familiar ways" than traditional searches. Furthermore, the app is still letterboxed on iPhone X.

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