Most recently, some interesting news is coming out of Microsoft and this time, it is about the Microsoft Edge browser. Microsoft is working to ensure that this browser becomes a multi-platform by the end of 2017 thus it has a good chance of finding its way into both Android and iOS. This development implies that Redmond has less than 12 weeks to make the browser ready for the preeminent mobile operating systems.
Microsoft Edge browser was unveiled a few years ago and it included Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile and Xbox One, replacing Internet Explorer as the default web browser on all device classes.
This browser will not be walking into a free market as it will have to face stiff competition from Apple’s Safari, Google’s Chrome, Mozilla’s Firefox, Opera, Samsung’s own Internet browser, and a host of others. iOS version of Edge won’t be an independent browser because it will comply with Safari’s WebKit engine. This browser will support Bing services, full-page translations, and other features.