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Microsoft aims to improve its ‘Continue on PC’ feature with Edge App for iOS and Android

Microsoft launched its Edge browsing app for iOS and Android devices.


On November 30, Microsoft made its Edge browsing app officially available for iOS and Andoird users. The user can get it installed from their respective app stores. The app which was under previews for last two month is now available in general market.

Microsoft Edge App
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The app allows users to sync their bookmarks, tabs and others things with their Windows 10 PC. The launch is an initiative to raise up the standards of connectivity among a smartphone and a PC. With the launch of Mircosoft Edge app for iOS and Android, the company is planning to expand the visibility of its “Continue on PC” feature. With this feature, one can share any website, app, photo, video or anything else with their Windows 10 PC with a less time-consuming.

Mircosoft is trying to make a hold over its Windows 10 PC in an era where most of the works are getting shifted to smartphone and small-sized operating devices. Recently launched Microsoft Edge App is not using its Microsoft EdgeHTML rendering engine instead the iOS variant is using the Webkit just like Apple, and the Android option is using the Chromium Blink engine.

The app also carries some features which have been added recently, and it is sure that you all will enjoy it like the feature for roaming passwords and a Dark Theme option. With the function of roaming passwords enables a user to get the password from his Windows 10 PC which he has saved in his Edge App on his smartphone.

Edge for iOS is available in the US (English), China (Simplified-Chinese), France (French) and the UK (English). Edge for Android is open in the US (English), Australia (English) Canada (English and French), China (Simplified-Chinese), France (French), India (English) and the UK (English). More markets and languages will be supported in the future, Microsoft officials said.