Microsoft Edge on Android and iOS (1)
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Last month, Microsoft released the Edge browser for Android and iPhones in beta. While Microsoft allowed everyone to test the app on Android, the Edge for iPhone was only available to the select beta testers. Microsoft today announced that the Edge browser for Android and iOS is now available for everyone.

Microsoft is making both the Android and iOS versions generally available today, as a result, the browser is now out of beta. The latest updates recently added a lot of new features to the Microsoft Edge and also improved the overall performance.

“A special THANK YOU goes out to each of you—hundreds of thousands of you—who downloaded, test-drove, and sent feedback on the preview apps. Your ideas and passion have contributed to an even better app experience. We are pleased to announce that we’re removing the “preview” label from our Android and iOS app,” Belfiore said.

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There are plenty of features available in Microsoft Edge, for example, the latest update brought a dark theme to the browser. Another feature is password syncing, it allows users to sync the password across the devices, such as on a Windows 10 desktop, the feature, however, works only when the Microsoft account is linked.

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