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Microsoft had launched its Edge Browser for both iOS and Android some months ago with the Edge Browser for iOS already available as an app in the App Store.

The Redmond Giant has pushed a new update to the Edge Preview version  for iOS users bumping it to version 41.14.1. The latest preview update comes with support for Windows 10 Timeline integration.

After the update, iOS users will be able to check their browsing history on their iPhone’s as the latest update synchronises between devices and lets users to view all the sites they have visited on PCs and phones.

iOS users would need to enable the feature by going to  Settings>Privacy>Share your browsing history. After enabling, the Edge browser would need to get your consent to upload data to the cloud for it to be synced with other devices.

Windows Timeline feature is expected to be made available for all Windows 10 users with the release of Redstone 4 this month. The Timeline feature  organises across 30 days which is viewed via a main day view, and also hours in a subview.

The Windows Timeline feature provides the activities of the Office apps across platforms. You will also have an option to search for activities across days in Timeline. The users will be having full control of the Windows Timeline and also the option to remove a specific activity from the Timeline.

Timeline feature also allows you to save apps, links, and documents which is now available for iOS users in the latest update. Microsoft is also committed to bring the Timeline feature to Android users as the company has already made the Edge browser available on Android devices.

As informed above the latest update is available on iOS devices but only for users who have the recent Edge version installed through the Apple’s TestFlight program.

We expect Microsoft to roll out the Timeline feature to all Windows 10 users with the release of Windows 10 Redstone 4 and should be made available to all iOS users after successful testing.

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Akshay Waghray

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