Microsoft Edge steps out of beta; now out for Android and iOS

Alan Olson
December 1, 2017

We knew it was coming, but Microsoft has finally launched its Edge browser for Android and iOS devices. But its key feature, perhaps, is Continue on PC, which lets you open the web page you're looking at on your phone right on your PC, or save it to work on later.

On market and language availability, Microsoft Edge for iOS is available in the United States (English), China (Simplified-Chinese), France (French) and the UK (English).

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In addition to the above, a dark visual theme is now available for the mobile Microsoft Edge browser.

To sync your mobile and desktop browsing, you will need a PC with Windows 10 Fall Creator's Update installed. As has been our approach with Windows 10, we'll continue to try new things, learn and build the best experiences possible. Content and data sync seamlessly in the background, so users can browse across devices, without skipping a beat. The company has announced that it does plan to support the feature in the near future, as well as bringing a fully equipped Edge browser to Apple's iPad to. Edge's only unique capability is the option of opening your current webpage on another device. The private browsing feature won't retain history items, temporary Internet files and cookies. This gives Edge's user interface an alternative appearance. The company also shared a promotional video and some other interesting details, saying Edge has been downloaded by "hundreds of thousands" and will be available in more regions soon. Success might not be likely without a major presence on PCs, but Microsoft at least deserves some points for trying to make Edge happen.

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