Microsoft brings Edge browser to iOS
Microsoft’s browser finally comes to iOS, reveals Brad Chacos
Breaking down the barriers between your PC and your phone is one of the biggest goals of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, which is available now. Microsoft has announced that Windows 10’s Edge browser is coming to iOS. All are designed to make shifting files and web pages between devices easy.
The mobile Edge browser syncs with your Microsoft account, so your favourites, history,
Reading List, and customized New Tab Page cross over no matter what device you’re working on. Microsoft’s announcement post doesn’t specify whether your collection of e-books from the Microsoft Store syncs as well, but we’d expect them to do so given the recent drive to turn Edge into an e-reader.
The mobile version of Edge also includes a ‘Continue on PC’ button that pushes whatever you’re looking at over to your computer. It doesn’t sound like the mobile Edge browser syncs recent tabs like Chrome does, but this is still a solid start.