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Microsoft Edge for Android and iOS launches out of preview

30 Novembre 2017

The process of removing a beta tag isn't as simple on iOS though, since Apple doesn't allow beta apps in the App Store.

Microsoft formally announced today that Edge for Android and iOS is no longer in preview.

For some inexplicable reason, the final version is still called Microsoft Edge Preview, but stand assured you'll be downloading the stable version when you hit the Play Store link.

That's good news for folks who want to view and edit their pictures on their PCs; this should also help empty out your phone's storage, so you have more room for apps and games.

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Microsoft officials have added a couple of new features to the Edge apps since the initial preview launch, including support for roaming passwords (save a password on a phone and it is remembered on the PC), plus a Dark Theme option. Get to what you need, regardless of where you are or what device you are now working on.

Microsoft Edge, now available on iOS, creates one continuous browsing experience for Windows 10 users across their devices. Edge for iOS, meanwhile, is available in the US, China, France, and the UK. "We are committed to empowering people and organizations to achieve more".

Microsoft says that, at launch, Microsoft Edge for iOS is available in the U.S., China, France, and the UK. While we're excited to remove the preview label along with the download restrictions, we are more excited about all that's ahead. For starters it plugs into your Microsoft account to sync your websites across devices so that you can access them on your mobile or Windows 10-running desktop computer. As has been our approach with Windows 10, we'll continue to try new things, learn and build the best experiences possible.

Microsoft Edge for Android and iOS launches out of preview