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Microsoft Edge got the extensions support around more than a year ago after testing them in Insider builds. But after few months of lack of good quality extensions it is now clearly visible that Edge is now starting to get new extensions on the Windows Store.

In the last couple of months we have reported about around a dozen of new extensions like GetThemAll, Mailtrack for Gmail , Enhancer for YouTube etc. that are available in Windows Store. Three more extensions given below are now available for Edge in the store.

PingOne: It is a cloud-based identity as a service solution (IDaaS) that allows users to uniquely protect each app. It offers the following features:

  • Safe access with one password to thousands of apps.
  • A tested and secure app catalog updated every day.
  • Plans and prices to meet the needs of all organizations.

You can download it here from Windows Store.

IP Address and Domain Information: As the name suggests it will provide users the details of the current website they are on. This information can be used for online search and SEO purposes.

You can download it here from Windows Store.

Boomerang for Gmail: This extension is an efficient tool that allows users to schedule their mails for a later date. So by using it you can now write a message anytime and schedule it to be send any other time you want, even if you are not online. You can also track reminder messages and reminders on your Gmail account.

You can download it here from Windows Store.

We hope more and more developers will make their extensions for Microsoft Edge browser.

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