Microsoft Edge goes out of preview on iOS and Android

Laurent Giret

Two months after launching in beta on iOS and Android, Microsoft Edge has dropped its preview tag and is now available for everyone on both mobile platforms. Although the Android version of Microsoft’s web browser was generally available on the Google Play Store, that wasn’t the case for the iOS version which was initially released through Apple’s Testflight program.

If Microsoft Edge is already your main browser on your Windows PC, then you can now enjoy a continuous browsing experience across your mobile devices, with seamless content and data sync. Microsoft’s mobile browser also includes handy features such as a QR code reader, voice search and a convenient Hub view to quickly see all your favourites, reading list, history and books all in one place.

If you can set Microsoft Edge as your default web browser on an Android device, it’s still not possible to do that on an iPhone. Moreover, the iOS app doesn’t have an iPad layout for now. But overall, Microsoft Edge is a pretty solid browser on both mobile platforms and it’s a must-have if you frequently use the web browser on Windows 10. You can check out Microsoft Edge on your iOS and Android device with the download links below.