Microsoft which launched the Edge browser preview in October for Android has brought many improvements and features to the default Windows 10 browser. The company later made the browser available for all Android users.

The company in its previous update pushed out improvements to adaptive icons and included support for Google upcoming version Android Oreo. The update also included sharing links support allowing users to share text from other apps via the Edge search engine.
To continue its process of improving the Edge experience, Microsoft is today pushing out another new update for all Android users. The update pushes the app to new version
The latest update brings support for New Tab page newsfeed. The support allows users to see the new feed in their preferred language and region, meaning the New Tab lets users to have access to personalization of their newsfeed and language.
Another improvement the company made in the latest update is to allow users to set Microsoft Edge as a default browser. The settings for enabling the option has received improvements in the latest update.
The update also includes the regular set of bug fixes and performance improvements to the Edge browser on all Android devices. The latest Edge browser for Android is available for download in the Google Play Store and can be downloaded by clicking the below Play Store link.

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