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Microsoft is rolling out a new update to Edge browser for iOS with new features and improvements. Microsoft Edge for iPhone is still in early stage of development, it lacks many key features available in Safari and Google Chrome. So the company updates Microsoft Edge regularly with fixes for crashes, bugs, and performance.

Microsoft Edge on iOS has been updated with a new feature that finally makes it possible for users to sync their passwords. The updated version 41.3.0 not only includes new feature but also fixes a lot of annoying bugs.

Microsoft explains that it has “the added layer of security using two-factor authentication” allowing the users to sync passwords between devices. The company has also added support for signing in. Apart from above-mentioned changes, the update brings in several bug fixes.

Microsoft Edge for iOS is only available for beta testers, to get the update you will need to visit Microsoft’s webpage and enroll in Apple’s TestFlight app program. “Access to the Microsoft Edge Preview for iOS is managed via Apple’s TestFlight app. We’ll get you set up in no time, but first we’ll need your Apple ID information. You’ll then receive an email from Apple within 24 hours with further instructions,” Microsoft explains.

While Microsoft Edge is losing market share to Chrome, the company isn’t planning to give up on Windows 10’s default browser anytime soon. Microsoft is serious about Edge and with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, the company added new features to the browser.

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