As redundant as it may seem, there’s yet another mobile browser available for Android, now. Microsoft Edge, the same browser found on Windows 10 PCs and laptops, made its way to the Google Play Store earlier today.

Microsoft Edge on Android is aimed at folks who already use the browser on their computer, and it creates a continuous browsing experience for Windows 10 users across their devices. Which is only slightly humorous, considering Chrome has done this for years.

Microsoft Edge features

  • Continue on PC: Seamlessly move content between your mobile device and PC (requires Windows 10 Fall Creators Update).
  • Data Sync: Your favorites and reading list are synced across your devices.
  • Reading View: Reorganize the content on a webpage to make it easier to focus on what you’re reading.
  • Hub View: With your favorites, reading list, history, and books all in one place, finding and managing your content is made simple.

Edge is still in its beta stages, so that means you can expect to see lots of features missing from the full-blown experience. Cortana, ad-blocking, extension support, and tab syncing are all MIA, and you can’t draw on web pages, either. Surely, I’m not the only one not in shock here by the fact that Microsoft would put out a half-broken app, am I?

If you still want to check it out, for one reason or another, hit up the Play Store Widget below.

I’ll be sticking with Chrome.

Download Microsoft Edge for Android

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