Microsoft has finally Edged its browser onto Android and iOS

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Last month, Microsoft announced its intentions to bring its Edge Browser to iOS and Android, as it works to broaden its reach on third-party mobile devices. Still, if you are an Edge user on Windows 10 and wanted an easy way for your browsing history, passwords, logins, and open tabs to sync on your smartphone, Edge on mobile does exactly that. The app also borrows the Dark theme from the desktop version of the Edge browser, draping the browser's menus, address bar area and controls in black and dark gray hues.

If you are interested in trying this new app from Microsoft, just head over to the Play Store and install it from there. Microsoft claims that "hundreds of thousands" of people tested out the Edge preview, but only about 4.5 percent of PC owners use Edge in the first place, according to the latest stats from NetMarketShare. The browser is available for Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile, Xbox One, and now Android and iOS too. The app is meant to provide users with a smooth transition from their iPhone or iPad to their Windows 10 PC through its "continuous browsing experience", as per Apple Insider.

Hub View: With your favorites, reading list, history and books all in one place, finding and managing your content is made simple. Passwords and login information also sync across PC and iPhone, while there's a built-in QR code reader as well.

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Microsoft launched the Edge browser for public testing in October.

But before you click onto other INQUIRER gems, it's worth noting that the mobile Edge browser has a trick up its sleeve. Voice search allows users to ask a question and have Microsoft Edge look it up in "more natural, familiar ways" than traditional searches.