Microsoft has finally Edged its browser onto Android and iOS

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Microsoft has finally Edged its browser onto Android and iOS

Today, Microsoft has officially released Edge and is now available to all iOS and Android users through the App Store and Google Play. While Microsoft allowed everyone to test the app on Android, the Edge for iPhone was only available to the select beta testers. The browser's also capable of immediately opening a webpage on another device, letting you quickly switch between desktop and mobile or save a page for later.

For Windows PC users, Microsoft bringing its Edge browser to mobile is certainly a welcomed addition.

Microsoft has integrated its "continue on PC" functionality directly into Edge for iOS and Android, so you can ping a site over to your PC if it's just not loading properly on mobile or you want to continue with a mouse and keyboard. Content and data sync seamlessly in the background, so users can browse across devices, without skipping a beat. "But what makes Microsoft Edge really stand out is the ability to continue on your PC, which enables you to immediately open the page you're looking at right on your PC-or save it to work on later". The company has announced that it does plan to support the feature in the near future, as well as bringing a fully equipped Edge browser to Apple's iPad to.

QR Code Reader: Easily read QR codes at the touch of a button. Similarly, the Android version is available in the U.S., U.K., Australia, Canada (English and French), China, France and India (English). Voice search allows users to ask a question and have Microsoft Edge look it up in "more natural, familiar ways" than traditional searches.

If nothing else, it could give you a more solid rationale for sticking with your browser of choice, so a free download couldn't hurt.

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