In conjunction with its development on the desktop, Microsoft’s new Chromium-based Edge browser for mobile is starting to test out an extension powered browsing experience on mobile. Earlier today, Aneetha Jayaraman, a senior program manager at Microsoft, tweeted out that users on Android and enrolled in the Edge beta could begin testing some extension integration with partner Honey Gold.
The latest #Edge Android update is my favorite yet! 😍 We have partnered with @honey to bring your favorite deals and coupons right to your fingertips. Just turn the extension on and Honey will automatically find and apply the best coupons at checkout. #MicrosoftEdge ❤️ #Honey pic.twitter.com/REswZWY4LA
— Aneetha Jayaraman (@aneetha_j) August 26, 2019
Honey Gold is a free browser extension that automatically finds and applies coupon codes at checkout for over 30,000 shopping sites. The browser extension also instantly find better prices on Amazon and is offered at many stores in the U.S. According to Honey Gold’s website, the company has plans to add features for an international audience some time in the near feature.
To enable testing, users need to have the most up-to-date version of Edge beta for Android and visit settings to select coupons to turn on the extension. Once turned on, the extension will walk users through a login or set up process as well as downloading the extension for the desktop to continue a cross-platform shopping experience.
For anyone excited about extensions for Edge mobile or about getting coupon codes to save money, head over to the Google Play Store to download the latest version and begin a savings journey.Chromium, Edge Beta, extension, Google Play Store, Honey Gold, Microsoft