Microsoft is slowly making progress with getting more developers to create extensions for its new Edge browsers, and the list is now nearing 50 items thanks to two recent additions (via WinCentral). If you’re a Gmail user, the Mailtrack for Gmail & Inbox extension will help you keep track of sent email and tell you when recipients read them and on which type of devices.
The second addition is an extension for Advance Password Manager, a password management tool that makes it easier for you to auto-fill usernames and passwords on the web.
For now, these two extensions don’t show up in the list of Edge extensions on the Windows Store or the web , though they do pop up in search results. It’s now been a year since Microsoft introduced Edge extensions with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, but it’s clear that the company has still work to do to make its new browser more appealing to developers and consumers. Sound off in the comments if the lack of popular extensions is still preventing you from making Edge your default web browser.