Microsoft’s Edge browser is on its way to Apple’s iPads soon

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Ever since Edge initially released to the iOS and Android app stores it has proven to be quite popular. In fact, Edge made it to the #3 top free communications app with over 1 million downloads on Android, and the browser even picked up support for iPhone X features on iOS. Well, in the latest milestone, it is looking as though Microsoft Edge may be coming to iPads soon (via MSPoweruser.)

The news comes from Sean Lyndersay, a product manager for Microsoft Edge. He revealed via Twitter the iPad version of Edge is currently in internal testing and is “looking great.” Unfortunately, though, things are taking a while to bake in, so iPad users might not see a closed beta test version via TestFlight until early next month.

This is still good to hear, as Edge will currently works on an iPad, but rendered in a scaled up window. Support for iPads and tablets also happens to be one of the most highly requested and desired features, so here’s to hoping it comes to light soon.

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