For anyone looking for a different web browser for Android, Microsoft has a surprise new offering.To many people it may seem a little surprising that the company has taken so long to create an Android version of the Edge, the sudden release of this version of the browser, without any development, is instantly even more amazing.
But that’s exactly what happened. Outside of blue, a preview version of Microsoft Edge has appeared on Google Play, giving Android users a new option to browse the web. Based on the Chromium engine, the Edge Canary is now available for testing.
For those who have invested time and effort in switching from Internet Explorer or Legacy Edge to a chromium-based version of Windows 10 in Windows 10, the arrival of the Android version when switching to mobile is great news for staying in the ecosystem.
The browser basically works according to your expectations and it is possible to synchronize browsing data between devices. This means you can start browsing the web on your PC and easily choose where you put it on your phone to open Tab Sync.