Microsoft Edge browser now available for all Android and iOS users

  • Microsoft Edge browser now available for all Android and iOS users

Microsoft Edge browser now available for all Android and iOS users

This morning, Microsoft's Edge app officially became available, exiting the preview stage on both iOS and Android. Edge for Android is available in the United States (English), Australia (English) Canada (English and French), China (Simplified-Chinese), France (French), India (English) and the UK (English). "Your ideas and passion have contributed to an even better app experience", wrote Belfiore in his post. The app is visible on the Google Play Store and the "Preview" label is now gone. Testers had to sign-up to get special access to the new browser, but Microsoft is making both the Android and iOS versions generally available today. Sadly, Microsoft still hasn't added tab syncing to Edge for mobile, so you can't share tabs or history between PC and phone.

The Roaming Passwords feature will synchronize all saved passwords in Edge between the mobile and PC. Get to what you need, regardless of where you are or what device you are now working on. If you can't download it yet or don't see the final stable release, give it some time to roll out in your region.

Microsoft has updated the Movies and TV app (Films and TV) to version 10.17102.1391.0 in the Microsoft Store.

Definitely one step forward, and you can expect Microsoft to work on Edge for iOS and Android in the coming months.

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Instead of using the underlying Microsoft EdgeHTML rendering engine, the iOS Edge app uses Webkit like Apple does, and the Android Edge app uses the Chromium Blink engine. We have a long list of new features to build and improvements to make.