Microsoft has dramatically improved the Edge browser for Android devices
Since the launch of the new Chromium-based Edge browser, Microsoft has put a lot of effort into promoting it. Mobile versions of the browser are not developing as actively, but it looks like this will soon change. The fact is, there have been significant changes in the recently released beta version of Edge Canary for Android that should make the app more attractive to users.
We are talking about Edge Canary 91.0.858.0, which demonstrates significant changes to what Microsoft’s browser is offering Android users now. According to reports, the browser has received a completely redesigned user interface, improved scrolling functionality, and support for activating additional options on the edge: // flags page, similar to how it is implemented in the desktop version of the browser.
A significant leap in developing the mobile version of the Microsoft browser is since developers unify the Edge codebase for different platforms. This will make it easier to add new features to Edge on Android and other platforms. There is also a significant increase in the speed of the Edge, both when loading sites and when scrolling through pages.
It is noteworthy that the stable version of Edge 46.03.24.5155 is currently relevant. The release of the beta version of Edge Canary 91.0.858.0 also signals a significant leap in-browser development. The beta version of Edge Canary can be downloaded from the Play Store digital content store.