Microsoft Edge for Android and iOS is now available to all users
Microsoft released the beta version of its Edge web browser last month for iOS and Android. Testers had to register to get special access to it, but now Microsoft has made both Android and iOS versions available.
“Microsoft Edge is a Great Browser and for some users, has replaced Chrome and Firefox (and other browsers). With Microsoft Edge being available on Android and iOS, The user base would triple. Not only that, but Microsoft would also make it easier for users to sync tabs, passwords and other information to be more available.” This would be very productive and like Satya Nadella said, “Would empower people to do, and achieve more”.
Microsoft Edge also includes access to favorites, history, reading list and books. Unfortunately, Microsoft has not yet added mobile tab synchronization, so you will not be able to share tabs or history between your PC and phone.
Microsoft plans to add support for tablets and iPad versioning at some point in the near future, but most likely it will not happen by the end of this year. Download the App on Google Play or Apple’s App Store.http://gizbrain.com/2017/12/04/microsoft-edge-android-ios-now-available-download/https://i2.wp.com/gizbrain.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/microsoft-edge-ios-android1.jpg?fit=1324%2C747https://i2.wp.com/gizbrain.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/microsoft-edge-ios-android1.jpg?fit=210%2C118MICROSOFTTECH NEWSapp,application,Microsoft,Microsoft Edge,web browserMicrosoft released the beta version of its Edge web browser last month for iOS and Android. Testers had to register to get special access to it, but now Microsoft has made both Android and iOS versions available. 'Microsoft Edge is a Great Browser and for some users, has replaced Chrome...Linda MorrisLinda Morrislinda.email@example.comContributorProfessional Science and Technology student. In my spare time writing about technology news and have fun with the latest gadgets.GizBrain - Your Tech Brain