You cannot make it in the browser business without being present on all platforms. That was the biggest hurdle Microsoft Edge had if it were to stand any chance to oust Chrome as the most popularly used browser.
Microsoft had to pull a surprise on everyone, by releasing a mobile version of the Edge browser. Do you remember Internet Explorer (IE) having a mobile version? Probably not, because it didn’t have one.
With the Edge browser, it seems Microsoft is serious about becoming the most popular browser; and not just on desktop. Although the mobile version is yet available to everyone on stable version, Microsoft has already released the preview version for Windows Insider using an iPhone or Android phones.
Windows Insiders can already give the preview mobile Edge browser a test run. So far, the following are some of the reviews from the Windows Insiders include:
It works like just any other mobile browser, nothing fancy so far. However, there is one major difference between the Edge mobile and the desktop version. The mobile version is not using the Microsoft EdgeHTML rendering engine. That means Edge mobile is …read more