It was revealed not too long ago that Microsoft’s Edge browser would soon be released for the iPad and Android tablets. The company released a preview of Edge for iPad earlier this month. The brief beta testing period is now over as Microsoft has rolled out the latest updates for the Edge app on iOS and Android which brings full support for tablets on the platforms.

Microsoft released its Edge browser for iOS and Android in 2017. It brought over familiar features such as Reading View, New Tab Page, Reading List, and more. With support for Roaming Passwords across PC and mobile devices, users could easily pick up browsing where they left off regardless of the device they were using.

Edge for iPad and Android tablets also brings the same features. Favorites, including Roaming Favorites, are onboard as are Roaming Passwords. Other features such as New Tab Page and Reading View are present as well.

Microsoft Edge enables users to continue on their PC, which means that they can open a web page from their phone or tablet right on to their PC. There’s even an option for a dark theme for those who prefer it over the lighter option. iPad users should keep in mind, though, that Edge doesn’t support iOS 11 split screen so it can’t be used alongside another app just yet.

The updated Microsoft Edge apps for iOS and Android are available as a free download from the App Store and the Google Play Store.

Filed in Tablets. Read more about Android, Apps, iOS and Microsoft Edge. Source: blogs.windows

Related Articles on Ubergizmo