Update Microsoft Edge 93 is now available for Android

silversurfer

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After desktop, Microsoft Edge 93 comes to Android and is now available. It’s still surprising Edge with a unified codebase hasn’t been available to most users on the Google Play Store to upgrade. If you’re running Edge 92, visit the Play Store and check for updates or use APK to update to the new version.
If you’re new to Android Edge, here’s a rundown on its new features:
  • It lets you sync bookmarks, history, open tabs, favorites, collections, and more across the devices if you’re signed in to the same Microsoft Account.
  • Allows sharing tabs between mobile and PC and vice versa.
  • Edge has received a screenshot tool to capture and save screen grabs to the device or share with others.
  • Edge comes with a Shopping feature. Visit Settings > General and enable coupons to benefit from it and save time and money. Whenever you visit a shopping site, Edge lets you know if any coupons are available which you can select and apply during checkout.
  • Unlike Chrome on Android, Edge allows blocking ads on websites when you enable Adblocker in Settings.
 

Jan Willy

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And still leaking IP-adress through WebRTC (like Chrome)? No thanks. If a Chromium based browser, fortunatily Brave and Vivaldi are there.
 

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Beta, dev, canary wont work with the adguard yet...but the stable 46... works, so im not worried yet
 

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Beta, dev, canary wont work with the adguard yet...but the stable 46... works, so im not worried yet
Working with Adguard is a must for me. If it ends up being incompatible (like opera) I will just use something else, even chrome.
 

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@Moonhorse @Gangelo I think the AdGuard filtering issue is resolved with the latest version 3.63 of AdGuard for Android:
Enable HTTPS filtering by default for Edge Dev, Edge Beta, and Styx Browser
 
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