Microsoft Edge on Android and iOS (1)
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Microsoft couple of weeks ago added many new features for its Edge browser for iOS users. The previous update for Microsoft Edge on iOS brought visual search, default search engine options and more. You can read our dedicated article here.

Today the company is pushing out another new update for its Edge browser for iOS users who have signed in to test the application. The latest update brings with it a new setting for signing in both with a personal Microsoft account and school account.

Microsoft has also added a new account toggle icon on the top left of the browser which shows you the browsing history. There are also two new options ” What’s new” and “Tips webpage” introduced in the settings and more menu.

For easily discovering what new options in the settings menu has been included there will be a new blue dot beside the new option in any updates. Users will also be able to view Book annotations except PDF free form inking after the latest update.

Microsoft has been hard at work in improving the Edge experience for users on Windows, iOS and Android. With all the hard work put in by the Redmond Giant, Microsoft Edge has managed to overtake Google Chrome on both Android and iOS at least based on the store ratings on both platforms.

Microsoft Edge currently has a rating of 4.4 on Google Play Store and 4.2 on Apple’s App Store versus Google’s Chrome which has a rating of 4.3 on Play Store and 3.7 on App Store. Microsoft which launched Edge as an Windows 10 exclusive later decided to expand it on rival platforms.

With the Edge browser Microsoft allows the Windows 10 device to be in sync with Android and iOS by introducing Continue on PC feature which lets users to continue from where they left off while switching from one device to another.

As reported the latest Edge update is available for Beta testers who have signed in to the TestFlight program provided by Apple.

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