Microsoft today announced some major app news, including the arrival of its Edge browser on Android and iOS.
Microsoft Edge is now available for testing on iOS, and it’s coming to Android soon. If you’re on iOS, you can go here to sign up to test Edge via Apple TestFlight. The Android app isn’t available for testing quite yet, but Android users can sign up to become one of the first testers when it is available.
One of the big features of Microsoft Edge for Android and iOS is the ability to open the page from your phone on your Windows 10 PC. It’s also got features like the ability to sync favorites and passwords between your phone and PC, Reading View, InPrivate browsing mode, Reading List, and more.
There’s no shortage of mobile browsers out there, including offerings like Google Chrome and Firefox. Windows 10 users may appreciate the arrival of Microsoft Edge on Android and iOS, though, because of features like favorites and password syncing and the ability to immediately open the page you’re looking at on your PC. So if you use Edge on Windows 10, Edge on Android and iOS may be worth a look.
Microsoft Launcher features a design based on Microsoft’s Fluent design. It also includes a featured called The Feed that’ll display a feed of your events, the top news, recent activities, your favorite people, and your most frequently used apps, all available when you swipe to the right.
Another feature of Microsoft Launcher is Continue on PC. With it, you can continue performing tasks involving photos, documents, and more moving from your phone to your PC.