Microsoft Edge Surpasses 1 Million Downloads on Android

Back in October, Microsoft has revealed Microsoft Edge on Android. But the app was in preview up until almost two weeks ago. Now in a short period of time, Microsoft Edge Surpasses 1 Million Downloads on Android.

Microsoft Edge Surpasses 1 Million Downloads on Android

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However, as compared to other Microsoft apps, this number is very little. For example, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneDrive have all surpassed the 100-million-download. Moreover, Microsoft’s Authenticator app has already passed one million downloads.

For those unfamiliar with Edge, its main selling point is seamless integration with Windows 10. An icon in the bottom navigation bar allows you to ‘pick up where you left off’ on your Windows 10 PC. It can also sync your Favorites, History, and Reading List between devices.

Edge also includes a solid number of features, such as Favorites, Reading List, New Tab Page, and Reading View. There is also a dark mode, in case you don’t want your retinas to burn in low-light scenarios, and “Continue on PC,” which lets you pick up where you left off on your Windows 10 version of Edge.

Also Read: Microsoft Announces New Browser-Microsoft Edge

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