Edge for Android and iOS is beneficial for those users who use Edge on the desktop and would want to sync their bookmarks, history, passwords and more on their mobile browser.
The first look of the Android version of the Edge will be released soon in the United States, but it will available to the residents of United States.
Edge is also included in Windows 10 Mobile but the mobile version of OS is also dead which again leaves Edge in the dark. Starting today, the Android version of the Microsoft Edge browser is available without restrictions from the Google Play Store. However, some minor changes could still be made before it finally makes its entry. You should only download the browser if you are comfortable with a few bugs and crashes.
Image of the Microsoft Edge browser. We'll undoubtedly be hearing more about these apps once the Fall Creators Update for Windows 10 drops, so stay tuned.
Microsoft Edge's unique feature that sets it apart from other browsers is the "Continue on PC" function. However, you need a Microsoft account used for logging in on your Android and Windows 10. The Microsoft Edge app for Android is available globally, not just in the USA, and allows users to seamlessly work back and forth between a mobile device and a desktop PC.
If you have not already tried out Microsoft Launcher, you can find it now via the link below. An interesting thing about this is if the user has stopped reading in Windows 10 of Edge, he can continue the same in Android where he has left reading in Windows 10 browser.
Today, Joe Belfiore confirmed that the Microsoft Launcher has exited beta and it is gradually rolling out to the existing users, it might take a couple of days or weeks for the launcher to get updated on all Android devices.