Microsoft's Edge browser has arrived for iOS and Android phones in beta
Microsoft is once again trying to keep Windows PCs relevant. It is bringing Edge to iOS and Android. Microsoft's main intent is to improve its "Continue on PC" feature for Windows 10. A majority of Windows 10 users also use iOS or Android phones, but there's no good system to unify these devices. Edge for iOS and Android will help knit this together for all Microsoft's customers. Customers with Windows 10 PCs and non-Windows phones will now be able sync their bookmarks and more. Starting Oct. 5, iOS users can test the Edge preview app via Apple TestFlight. Android phone users can sign up to try out the Android version of the Edge preview app. Support for iPads and Android tablets will be added at some point in the future. Microsoft is also updating its Arrow Launcher for Android and renaming it "Microsoft Launcher." A beta is available in the Google Play Store for Android users who want to stay connected to their Windows 10 PCs. For instance, Microsoft has added the ability to put People as icons on the Android home screen.