Microsoft Edge updates on iOS and Android with new instant translation feature

Brad Stephenson

Microsoft Edge app on ios

The Microsoft Edge browser app updated today on both iOS and Android devices with its new translation feature that allows for the automatic translation of web pages as soon as they load.

Referred to as instant web page translation, this new feature is enabled by default but can be turned off within the app’s settings for those that are bilingual and frequently visit websites written in multiple languages.

Here’s the official release notes:

Thanks for using Microsoft Edge! Instant web page translation is available with this update. This release also includes general bug fixes and performance improvements.

Microsoft Edge is Microsoft’s first-party internet browser and is available on Apple’s iOS devices, Android devices, and Windows 10 smartphones, tablets, and computers.

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