Microsoft Edge Browser now Available for Android at Google Play Store

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The Microsoft Edge app for Android is available globally, not just in the USA, and allows users to seamlessly work back and forth between a mobile device and a desktop PC.

Microsoft is offering some cool features in the mobile version of its Edge browser. You can check it out in the Google Play Store here.

Recall that the iOS version of the browser was released only a couple of days ago with a promise to launch the Android browser. You should only download the browser if you are comfortable with a few bugs and crashes. There is Continue on PC, which lets you pick up things from where you left off between your mobile device and PC. Cool as this tool is, only users with Windows 10 Fall Creators Update can enjoy or access it. The key feature that is anticipated in the new app is its "Continue on PC" option that will enable users to send web pages to a PC, restore earlier pages and also resume from the last page. The browser is still unstable and in testing phase but Android users can now download it from Play Store. With just a quick swipe-to-the-right, Microsoft Launcher offers a tailored feed of your important events, top news, recent activities, favorite people and most frequently used apps.

So if you did sign-up to be notified about Microsoft Edge on Android, you probably received an email message today announcing its release.

Back in 2015, Microsoft introduced Edge as the web browser for its Windows 10 OS. While the digital assistant is already in the center of Windows 10, Microsoft tied the service with Edge to get you a better browsing experience.

It said it had simply been unable to attract enough developers to create the most popular applications that would in turn attract converts from iOS and Android.