A few weeks ago last month, Microsoft made clear its plans to bring the Microsoft Edge browser to Android and iOS by launching the preview version of the app. The company is now going to introduce the official stable version of the app for iOS and Android platforms very soon.
Don’t Miss: Microsoft Edge for Android and iOS
The company detailed in a blog post,
In October, we introduced Microsoft Edge for iOS and Android in preview, in response to your request to make Microsoft Edge work well with your phones. 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.
The mobile version of the app also supports New Tab pages, Reading Lists, Favorites, and much more. We can expect the company to add a few more features than the ones that are available already on the Preview version. It also has useful options such as Roaming Passwords using which the users will be able to sync the passwords across the devices. To make things more interesting, you will also find a dark theme.
This dark theme will be helpful for those of you who want to safeguard your eyes in low-light conditions. The introduction of Edge on the mobile platforms seems to be very important for the company as per its plans for the future. Besides the Edge Browser, other apps such as Cortana and Office apps are already available on mobile platforms.
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