Not only is the built-in adblocker on Android lacking customization (and bad in terms of ad-blocking), but the Android version is already based on the same Chromium code.I know the Edge on Android is already based on chromium, but the Android version uses adblock as buildin adblocker ( not M$ internal based on Discinnect).
The only infi I can find on the new Edge chromium for Desktop is that there are no plans to port it to mobile. The new desktop Edge chromium is available for Windows and iOS. Since iOS is based on Linux (only with more security restrictions), it should not be to difficult to port the new Edge to Linux and Android too (Android is also based on Linux).
From mantainance perspective it is easier and cheaper to maintain one software code base, so it would make sense to publish an Android version which is based on the new (desktop) Edge chromium. For marketing purposes a Linux version would probably make sense to (cross platform compatibility and user experience).
So are there MT members active on Insider comnunity with som news or gossips relating to Android and Linux versions?
Edge on Android already has the major feature it needs, which is sync with Desktop version, Microsoft should focus on finishing Edge on Desktop before anything else.