Microsoft Edge Will Let Users Send Links to Android Devices
Microsoft Edge is a browser that keeps evolving, and the most recent update for the Canary build has introduced new functionality that those committed to using this app on all platforms would find very helpful.
First of all, some context. Thanks to the migration to the Chromium engine, Microsoft Edge is now a cross-platform browser, so in addition to Windows 10, it’s also available on Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, macOS and Linux.
But at the same time, Microsoft has also released mobile versions of Edge, so you can also install the browser on your Android and iOS devices.
The big goal in the long term for Microsoft is to bring all these Microsoft Edge versions closer together, essentially making it possible for users to move from one device to another. So when the same Microsoft account is used in Edge, you should at one point be able to rapidly transition between devices without actually losing anything.
Currently in Canary