Microsoft Edge is finally available to iPhone users; you can now download it from the App Store. The web browser began beta testing back in early October, but it requires a Windows 10 PC.
The tech giant no longer has its own Windows Mobile Platform. So, in order to please its users, it emphasizes on expanding its services on other platforms such as Android and iOS.
Edge provides everything you would want from a modern mobile browser, including a private browsing mode, voice search, and a QR code reader. It is packed with a user interface that will be the same to present Edge users on Windows 10.
And that’s the main goal of Edge for iOS. Its major selling points are the ability to sync favourites, passwords, and reading lists between mobile and PC using your Microsoft account — and “continue on PC” functionality.
However, some sacrifices have to be made if you want to use it right away. Right now, there’s no tablet mode. That means you won’t be able to enjoy the app on iPad unless you can handle the iPhone version maximized for a larger screen.
Edge isn’t optimized for iPhone X’s Super Retina HD display yet, either.
Well, if you are a fan of Microsoft Edge, download it now from the App Stores.