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Microsoft Edge now available for iPads and Android Tablets

Microsoft Edge rolls out support for iPad and Android tablets Microsoft Edge Released For iPad And Android Tablets
Sandy Nunez | 27 March, 2018, 03:43

Microsoft first released its Edge browser for iOS back in November, after beta testing the app a month earlier.

Microsoft Edge is officially picking up tablet support with its latest updates on Android and iOS.

Edge includes the ability to quickly send a page over from a phone or tablet to the PC to either keep working on it or save.

Data Sync: Your favorites, passwords, and reading list are synced across your devices, so no matter the device, your browser is always personalized to you.

The hope, of course, is that Microsoft improves the tablet versions of Edge over time, instead of just optimizing them for larger displays and stopping there.

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"Continue on PC" allows users to browse the current webpage they are viewing on mobile on their PC if they have logged on to same Microsoft Account on both devices.

Microsoft Edge is based on the same rendering engine as Chrome on Android and Safari on iOS which make it work as smooth and fast with add-on features in it carried from the Edge on PC.

However, this isn't the only reason Edge has been in the news lately, with Microsoft reprising its pushy attitude towards browser use. This is especially evident in the iPad version of the app, which doesn't have any kind of splitscreen support for the iPad Pro.

iPad and Android tablet owners - we've got some great news for you!