A couple of changes that have been in the beta builds of Microsoft Edge app for Android have reached a final stable state, and are finally being pushed to the PlayStore. The update in question comes labeled as 22.214.171.1240 and will allow users to create a folder for the favorites and rearrange them.
Furthermore, the update will allow users to press and hold buttons in the bottom bar to view quick actions, and swipe left or right to navigate through the pages in tab history. The update also includes general bug fixes and performance improvements for the application. The channels also invite users to Visual Search, a feature that employs a picture taken by the user with a tap of the camera icon in the search bar, or with a photo from the gallery. The visual search comes up with information that is related to the picture, in a way that seems pretty equal to what Google is doing with Lens.
Users can try to force check the update by navigating through the Play Store and check the “Update Now” option in the Microsoft Edge application. We are curious to see how Microsoft will keep improving some of its applications in other platforms after the death of its mobile operating system. Let’s if how Microsoft Edge app will perform.