Microsoft Edge now available for iOS and Android - Windows BlogWindows Experience Blog
Last month, Microsoft announced its intentions to bring its Edge Browser to iOS and Android, as it works to broaden its reach on third-party mobile devices. Microsoft Edge for iOS and Android is available on Apple's App Store or the Google Play Store. More markets are coming soon, though, with Microsoft saying that "We look forward to bringing MS Edge for iOS and Android to additional markets and languages over time". For starters it plugs into your Microsoft account to sync your websites across devices so that you can access them on your mobile or Windows 10-running desktop computer. As has been our approach with Windows 10, we'll continue to try new things, learn and build the best experiences possible. Microsoft will be hoping Edge has just as big an impact. This feature enables users to continue their browsing in PC from where they left in their phone.
Everton to name ex-England manager, Sam Allardyce as boss
Allardyce is set to become Ronald Koeman's permanent replacement with talks between the ex-England boss and the Blues progressing. So with that in mind it's no wonder Everton are throwing a lot of money at a manager who's never been relegated.
Microsoft launched the Edge browser for public testing in October. With most of the kinks ironed out, the finished version adds a couple of new features to the existing set available since the first preview came out. It's clocking in at 121 MB and has support for English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese and Spanish.
Tulsi Gabbard lashes out at Pakistan for freeing Hafiz Saeed
Pervez Musharraf said at that time he did not know much about Hafiz Saeed and the situation at that time was different. Yes they (LeT) are involved in Kashmir and in Kashmir, it is between us and India, " he said.
iPhone and iPad owners can now use Microsoft's Edge mobile browser on their devices.
Amber Alert issued for 3-year-old from Onslow County
The FBI has deployed special agents to aid in the search, a spokesperson for the FBI's Charlotte office told CBS News . Kristy Woods, Mariah's mother, says she discovered her daughter missing from their Onslow County home around 6:30 a.m.
"A special THANK YOU goes out to each of you-hundreds of thousands of you-who downloaded, test-drove, and sent feedback on the preview apps".