If you’re an avid Microsoft Edge user like myself, you’ll be happy to know that a new sync feature is coming that benefits those who primarily use Android and Windows 10 platforms. You’ll be able to sync recent tabs and browsing history between Edge on Android and Windows 10. This feature comes with the latest version of Microsoft Edge for Android and Windows 10.
Chrome is a very popular browser, but Microsoft Edge is a viable alternative for those who’d rather not use Chrome, but still want a Chrome-based experience. The Edge browser received a major update early this year that switched to the Chromium platform – an open-source browser developed by Google. Microsoft saw great success with the update, enough for Google to try to gain some of those users back.
The Edge browser already syncs passwords and bookmarks, and the latest update will help improve the cross-platform experience – well, at least for Android and Windows 10 users. There’s no word as to when the new sync feature will reach the stable release of the app, nor when it will come to the MacOS version of Edge.