Following Microsoft’s unexpected announcement of it bringing its desktop-default browser from Windows 10, Microsoft Edge, to Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android, the company is now opening up the beta to all users of iOS.
Joe Belfiore announced the change on Twitter, asking people to “spread the word” while providing a link for anyone to join the Microsoft Edge Preview via Apple’s TestPilot platform.
Spread the word: we're opening up the Edge iOS beta to anyone, even if they aren't on a PC running an Insider build. https://t.co/GFZHhZn3zW
— Joe Belfiore (@joebelfiore) October 6, 2017
After requesting an invite, users will receive an email from Apple within 24 hours that allows them to take part in the TestPilot. The app can then be downloaded via Apple’s TestPilot app, where users can also submit feedback, such as bugs or feature requests.
We’ve got our invite request in – have you? You can request an invite to the Microsoft Edge Preview on iOS here.Further reading: Apple, iOS, Microsoft, Microsoft Edge, TestPilot