Published: Mon, October 09, 2017
Research | By Jennifer Evans

Microsoft Edge Mobile Arrives On iOS And Android

Microsoft Edge Mobile Arrives On iOS And Android

A couple of days ago, Microsoft unexpectedly announced that it would be bringing Windows 10's default browser, Microsoft Edge, to Android and iOS.

As of now, Both Microsoft Edge (for both iOS and Android) and Microsoft Launcher (for Android only) are available in beta versions for registered users in US-English language only and can be downloaded from Microsoft official page. The settings are limited as well with clearing up history and blocking pop-ups being one of the only things you can change. Previously, Edge was only available as the built-in browser to Windows 10, largely supplanting the old-school Internet Explorer. It is one of the best launchers we have seen and also comes with Microsoft's own version of Google feed.

Microsoft's answer: A version of Edge designed for Android and iOS mobile devices, created to integrate with its desktop equivalent just like Chrome, Firefox, Opera, and Safari. Features such as roaming passwords and support for tablets will also be introduced in the future. The app first launched in 2015 under codename Spartan as part of Windows 10.

To set up Continue on PC, right click the Start button on your PC Settings Phone Add a phone select your country's area code from the dropdown type in your phone number click Send. Regardless, if you're still interested in having a play, you can sign up to preview both version at this link. When the install is complete, tap Open. But what you'll probably use it for is for its ability to continue to your desktop in case you need a bigger screen or vice versa, in case you need to leave your office and just continue on your mobile. Alternatively, on Android, tap the More icon (three vertical dots) tap Share tap Continue on PC. By doing so, Microsoft will be making the Edge an alternative option for those who use multiple types of devices with varying brands.

Talking about Microsoft Launcher it represents the "graduation" of the 4.6-star rated "Arrow Launcher" project that was developed earlier. Microsoft Launcher, on the other hand, is available now in preview for Android. To apply for access to the Edge for iOS Preview, you should simply click on the sourcelink. And the company has claimed that the top request from the users have been to make the browser available for phones.

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