Last year Microsoft had announced the availability of extensions for Edge after testing them in Insider builds. Microsoft Edge which is the default web browser on Windows 10 PCs doesn’t have many good quality extensions available on the Windows Store. Currently, there are about 50 extensions on the store.
We have earlier reported of few new extensions like GetThemAll, Enhancer for YouTube etc. that were available in the store. Now we have two more extensions available for Edge in the store. The details of these two are given below:
The first one is Mailtrack for Gmail that allows users to track the status of their sent mail and provides users the information like who has read it, from which device they have read it and more. The other one is Advanced Password Manager that will store your passwords, generate passwords, autofill them for you and easily sync data across browsers.
Right now since the market share of Edge is low we are not seeing a lot of developers bringing their extensions for edge. But since last few months, there are a number of extensions available for Edge. We hope more and more developers will be making their extensions for Edge.