Microsoft launches Edge updates with support for iPad and Android tablets

Microsoft Edge iPad and Android Tablets
Two weeks ago, Microsoft announced that its Edge browser would soon receive support for the iPad, and provide a number of new features for beta members. Now Microsoft announces a stable version of Edge for iOS and Android operating system tablets.

Through the update, Microsoft brings optimization for its internet browser application, so it works well on iPad and Android tablets. Initially, Microsoft Edge iOS version was launched in the United States, China, France, and England.

Meanwhile, Edge Android version was launched in the United States, Australia, Canada, China, France, India and the UK. But in November, Microsoft mentioned that Edge iOS and Android version will be present in other countries and with the support of more languages in the coming months.

Microsoft Edge promises to offer a continuous browsing experience for Windows 10 users across devices. Basically, this means the user will be able to open the pages of open sites on the phone, on the PC.

This is possible because Edge version of Windows 10 has been supported by the synchronization of content and data in the background, so users can browse on various devices.

Previously, Microsoft launched a major update for Skype app Android and iOS versions, and favored the presence of TripAdvisor and StubHub integration.

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