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Microsoft earlier in the week had announced that its Edge Browser will be made available for all users on Android and iOS. The browser was since then launched for some small number of iPhone users due to the Beta restrictions by Apple.

But now the company has finally launched the Public beta programme of its Edge Browser for iPhone users. The Beta programme is available for every one having an iPhone and who would like to be a part of the program.

Joe Belfoire in an official Twitter announcement confirmed the Public beta availability of the Edge Browser and also stated that millions of Edge PC users can now roam their experience smoothly back and forth with the availability of Edge on Phones.

For getting the public access for the Edge Browser Beta program user’s would need to go to this link and register for the preview. You would need to select iOS and enter your first name and last name along with providing your Apple ID.

You would be then emailed a link by Apple with further instructions to let you open the download page on your iPhone to install the Edge Browser. The email link from Apple generally takes about 24 hours of time to reach your inbox. So make sure to keep checking your inbox over a period of 24 hours.

Currently the Edge beta version is only available for iOS users and there is no news as to when the Android users will be able to participate in the Beta program. We hope it will not take long for Android users to test the Edge Browser on Android devices. Do remember that since this is a Beta version for the Edge Browser, the performance of the Browser is expected to be sluggish.

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