Microsoft Edge for Android

Download Free Microsoft Edge for Android

Microsoft Edge is the newest official browser from Microsoft. Now anyone in Windows 10 can have an ongoing experience browsing from device to device. Each time you log in, all your content and data from the Windows 10 browsing session is automatically transferred to your other devices. This means you can sync your Android browser with your PC. No fuss, no fuss.

As expected, Microsoft Edge is customized to provide all the features you need from a high quality browser. Keep all your tabs open. Browse in incognito mode. Manage your bookmarks. Change your default browser. Customize your interface etc. It’s all here.

Other unique features include: bookmarking pages to read offline and the one-touch activation option. Each time you press this button (located on the top right of your screen), you will switch to a customized version of your content, making it much more comfortable to read.

Microsoft Edge is a great Android browser. A viable alternative to Chrome, Firefox, Opera and other browser giants will soon be available.

How to sync Microsoft Edge for Android with your PC

Although the Android version of the Edge browser has been available for a few months now, it was recently released in the first fixed version. One of the great things about the browser is that it allows you to link it to your Microsoft account, allowing you to keep the same session open on both Android and Windows versions at the same time. Additionally, you can send content for later reading to another device. Read below to find out how it works.

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