Microsoft Edge Browser For iOS Released, Does Not Support iPhone X

As we reported back in October, Microsoft has been testing the Edge browser on iOS and today it has released the final version to public. Just like on desktop the browser app will be competing with the likes of Chrome and Firefox on iOS, however here Safari will be its major competitor. Microsoft Edge comes with the Continue on PC feature, which will appeal to Windows users who use Edge browser on Windows 10.

With this feature they will be able to continue browsing on their Windows or iOS device where they left on their PC or iPhone. This feature requires users to have Windows 10 Fall Creator’s Update installed. The Continue feature is also available on Chrome browser.

Edge will also sync your important data across different device so your favorites, passwords and reading lists will always be available at easy access. Other features include built-in QR Code reader, voice search and a private mode.

The Edge browser does not support iPhone X at native resolution and shows black bars on top and bottom. It also does not support iPad.

You can download Microsoft Edge web browser for free.

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