Microsoft Launcher arrives for Android [Download Here]

  • Microsoft Launcher arrives for Android [Download Here]

Microsoft Launcher arrives for Android [Download Here]

I have said it before and will say it again until this changes if the restricted nature of adding extensions to the Microsoft Store continues then users will choose to not use Edge because the functionality that a robust extensions ecosystem gives them on browsers like Chrome, FireFox, and even Internet Explorer makes them more productive.

You can get the Microsoft Launcher preview here. Features like Continue on PC will be available, and a small fraction of that feature is now available on the launcher. Microsoft plans to bring Windows 10 PCs closer to Android and iOS devices.

The Microsoft Launcher, which is again in preview status, is available now for Android devices. This app is not quite out yet though, but you can sign up to test the Edge browser right now. How nice! Today, we are also launching a preview release of our new Microsoft Launcher for Android. Over the past few years we've seen the rise of Microsoft made apps for Android and iOS. Some added features like roaming passwords and support for iPads/Android tablets will also be arriving later. It will be available soon for Windows 10 UWP app.

To start things off, iOS Edge will use the WebKit based on Safari. The Continue on PC functionality in both apps comes with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, due out on october 17.

"We are excited to continue the work we announced at Build to make Windows 10 PCs work great with your phone". Now your browsing will go continued from your computer to your phone and vice-versa. Continue on PC leverages Microsoft's cloud service and stores whatever you were doing to the Microsoft Graph. If you have an Android phone that you want to install the Edge Preview on, click the box marked Android from the Microsoft site. If you are on an iOS device, you can head to the TestFlight option on Apple in order to try out the preview app of Edge. The app requires Android 4.0.3 or higher. For now, the apps are available only in US English. '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'.

The Feed in the Launcher provides users with a tailored feed of their most important information, including latest news, most-used apps, important events and more.