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Microsoft had launched its Edge Browser for both iOS and Android some months ago with the Edge Browser for iOS and Android already available as an app in the App Store and Google Play Store. Last week the company pushed out a new update for the Edge Preview app for iOS users with support for Windows 10 Timeline feature.

Today the Redmond Giant is pushing a new update to the Edge Preview version this time for Android users bumping it to version The latest preview update comes with support for Windows 10 Timeline integration.

After the update, Android users can now check their browsing history on their Windows 10 PCs with the new Timeline feature integration. Android users would need to enable the feature by going to Settings>Privacy>Share your browsing history on their Android phones.

Once enabled the data is automatically synced on the Windows 10 PCs with the Timeline feature. However to see all the activity on their Windows 10 PCs users would need have Redstone 4 or Redstone 5 installed.

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.

As informed above the latest update is available on Android devices who have opted for the Beta version of Microsoft’s Edge browser. The update is currently rolling out and is not yet available in the Play Store, but we expect the update to hit all Beta devices in the coming days.

As reported the latest Edge update is available for Edge Beta users on Android and can be downloaded by clicking this Play Store link. Do let us know if you have been able to download the latest Edge Preview update with Timeline Integration in the comments below.

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