Microsoft Starts Prompting Microsoft Edge Users to Install the Mobile Browser
Microsoft is betting big on Microsoft Edge browser in the long term, so the company is investing big on new capabilities that would make its app a better alternative to the likes of Chrome and Firefox.
But at the same time, the Redmond-based software giant also hopes more users would give a try to its mobile app, as Edge is now available on Android and iPhone too.
Needless to say, Microsoft hopes people would stick with Edge browser on all platforms, so it has even developed sync features that would allow some data to roam between devices when the same Microsoft account is used.
So right now, Microsoft Edge is available almost everywhere, including Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Linux, macOS, Android, and iPhone.
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