The Android preview version of the Microsoft Edge web browser is now available for anyone to download from the Google Play Store. Keep in mind this app is technically labeled as “unreleased” so you might encounter some bugs while running it.
In addition, the renamed Microsoft Launcher for Android is no longer in closed beta and can be downloaded from the Google Play Store as well. If you still have the older Arrow launcher you will migrated to the new Microsoft Launcher app over time.
The company’s default browser for Windows 10 is an uncluttered Internet Explorer replacement. It brings those design traits with it to mobile, along with its core desktop features (including the Hub and reading view). Best of all, Windows users can sync their browsing data, and open mobile web pages on a PC with a tap. Like the Launcher before it, Edge’s synchronization perks should prove a boon for Windows diehards.
You can grab the app by signing up for the preview on the Google Play Store. Expect an official launch on iOS and Android later this year, which may also include support for tablets.