Microsoft Brings Edge Browser to iOS and Android

Microsoft Brings Edge Browser to iOS and Android

Microsoft Brings Edge Browser to iOS and Android

The iOS Edge app preview is now available for iPhones.

Launched as part of Windows 10 and created to replace the ageing Internet Explorer, Microsoft's Edge browser has not been an unalloyed success.

In other words, Edge on Windows 10 PC will be able to load up whatever the last thing you were looking at on your phone. It is only available for the users in the U.S. In order to install the preview edition of Microsoft Edge on an iOS device, users will have to undergo an intricate process. Beyond this, the app acts as an attempt to get the user comfortable with Microsoft's new Fluent Design language that is expected to arrive in the coming months for Windows 10. But users can enrol as beta testers in the Windows Insider program on Microsoft's website. Microsoft has invited Windows Insiders users in the U.S. to test out the browser. The web browser is now in preview for iOS and will be coming to Android soon. It has your usual Reading List, Favorites, Reading View, New Tab Page, etc. Roaming passwords and support for iPads and Android tablets aren't available at preview launch. It's also now in US-English only, but Microsoft says language support will expand as the preview continues. Initially, the Edge iOS beta was limited to Windows Insiders only, due to Apple App Store constraints with regard to beta apps.

The Microsoft Launcher is the successor of the Arrow Launcher, a project by Microsoft Garage that came out of beta in October 2015. It has so far been limiting Window users to switch to Edge browser despite its months of availability.

Addressing and appreciating the customization options on Android, Microsoft has introduced Microsoft launcher for Android. The company is making a big update to Arrow and is now basically changing its name. 'And - just like on Windows 10 - with Microsoft Launcher you can put icons of your favorite people right on the home screen so they're quickly and easily available'. Swipe right for a tailored feed of important events, top news, favourite people and frequently used apps. But more importantly, for small businesses using Continue on PC, they can keep on working on images, documents and other files on their PC.

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