Browser uses Apple's WebKit, Google's Blink — Microsoft Edge shock

Browser uses Apple's WebKit, Google's Blink — Microsoft Edge shock

Microsoft Edge on iOS and Android will be able to push pages to and from the PC so you can continue your browsing on multiple devices. The smart launcher identifies the trends in your smartphone usages and puts the most important things in front. The sign up is available on the Microsoft Edge Mobile webpage.

Both Edge's syncing and Launcher's continue on PC depend on having the forthcoming Windows 10 Fall Creators Update installed. We'll let you know when Microsoft Edge eventually makes its way to Android, so keep it here at SlashGear for more. With a simple, minimalist design and the ability to view trending news stories directly from the new tab screen.

Microsoft is allowing members of its Windows Insider program the first shot at checking out the Edge browser for Android and iOS.

Microsoft has quietly sprung a pleasant surprise by releasing a new launcher for Android. It's then (or at least at some point in the not-so-distant future) that we can expect to see features like roaming passwords and support for tablets. It's literally the flawless browser for Windows 10 users who already use Microsoft Edge on their PC, but for the rest of us, it still has a long way to go - both on the phone and the desktop.

Microsoft has announced a new version of the Edge browser is coming to iOS and Android.

Microsoft is now running the Microsoft Launcher as a preview for users; indicating that there will still be some bugs and problems. Globally, Microsoft Edge has just a 5 percent share of the web browser market, while Chrome is dominating the field with a whopping 60 percent. "[We are] launching a preview release of our new Microsoft Launcher for Android", Microsoft said.

Now, if only Microsoft would bring it to macOS as well. This functionality works with photos, documents, and more on Microsoft Launcher.

Android phones allow users to customize what's called a "launcher" that appears when you press the Home button - a feature that iPhone doesn't have.

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