Microsoft Edge: Web Browser

Microsoft Edge: Web Browser [Utilities] App Description & Overview

Introducing the new Microsoft Edge web browser. It’s time to expect more. More privacy. More control. More productivity. More value.

Microsoft Edge brings you performance, security, and privacy, all in one browser. Browse the web anywhere with one seamless experience from your phone to your computer and other signed-in devices.

Microsoft Edge gives you the tools to protect your privacy online with features like tracking prevention, AdBlock Plus, and InPrivate browsing.

Organize the web in a way that cuts through the clutter, making it easier to find, view, and manage your content on the go.

With world class compatibility, performance, and new features, the new Microsoft Edge is the only web browser you’ll ever need.

The new Microsoft Edge features:

A more personalized and productive browsing experience
• Your favorites, passwords, Collections, and other saved data are securely synced across your signed-devices.
• Search the web on the go with visual and voice search powered by Microsoft Bing.
• Immersive Reader removes clutter (like ads and other distracting content) from articles and blog posts for a more streamlined reading experience.
• Redesigned navigation helps you get to your Favorites, Reading list, and more in fewer taps.

Take control of your data
• New! Tracking prevention blocks trackers from sites you haven’t visited. This is enabled by default, so you don’t have to take any action to start having a more private browsing experience.

Collect and organize on the go
• Collections makes it easier than ever to collect and organize content you find on the web across your signed-in devices – now available on your mobile device.

Browse InPrivate
• When you use InPrivate tabs, your browsing data (like cookies, history, autofill information, or temporary files) isn't saved on your device after you close out of an InPrivate tab.
Block Ads
• AdBlock Plus helps block unwanted ads.
• Turn on ad blocking by visiting Settings > Content blockers.

Microsoft Rewards
• Earn rewards while you search with Bing and find shopping deals online and in nearby stores.*

Get the new Microsoft Edge web browser for a fast, private and productive experience while you browse.

*This shopping feature is currently only available in the United States.

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Microsoft Edge: Web Browser Customer Service, Editor Notes:

Thanks for using Microsoft Edge! Here’s what’s new in this release: • You can set Microsoft Edge as your default browser on iOS14 • Read Aloud now supports 20+ more languages with high quality AI voices We’ve also made some general bug fixes and performance improvements.

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- Best browser so far

I’ve always been a chrome kinda guy but when edge came out years ago I used it for a while and enjoyed it. Problem was it was missing a few things and some things didn’t work as well that chrome had and did well so I switched back and forth. Forward to now and the new edge brought everything and even more than chrome and I made it my main browser on my iPhone and my pc. I love the floating video feature, I’m happy my browser can sync properly and I can find all my passwords, bookmarks and more on any edge browser if I sign in. I had a huge issue a while back with the syncing which caused me to use chrome more than edge. I love Microsoft products and continue to use them because they’re my absolute go to... Unless they abandon ship and then I have no choice. (Previous windows phone user 👀💙) Anyways I love the new edge and I hope to see more people use it because it truly is a great browser!

- Crashing

I like this app but it has disappointed me for the last time. Sometimes the app will crash and any recent data will be randomly deleted. If I was using the app to browse for something for hours, leave the app (i have the setting so that it restores the session), and this crash happens, all the previous browsing work will just disappear like it never happened. The websites that I went to will not be in the history and I will have the play the stupid backtracking game to find out where I was. If I had opened another tab during this deleted period, that tab will cease to exist. For example, I use the app to read books online, which means that I go to a new webpage for each new chapter. I can spend a couple hours to get from chapter 1 to chapter 50. If this random crash happens, I will open the app on the webpage that says chapter 1 as if I just hallucinated the whole thing of reading 50 chapters. I assure, I'm in my right mind. And now I just opened the app and found all my tabs were deleted. The history is fine, but the apps are all gone. I don't understand this. I can no longer trust this browsing app since it keeps doing this.

- Best browser ever than the legacy version!

When I was trying to log in to Clever in Google Chrome on my computer during the beginning of a new school year, it keeps redirecting me to the same page. However, I tried logging in Microsoft Edge and it worked and I became interested in using the new Microsoft Edge. I usually use it for my school work and everything else. Well, I also like to use Google Chrome sometimes for education and everything else. I think like both browsers (Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome), as well as other Chromium-based browsers. The legacy version of Microsoft Edge became unsuccessful, due to fewer features of the browser. I used Google Chrome as my default browser and I became to like it a lot. Since Microsoft Edge became Chromium-based, I became to like it. I do like browsers that became Chromium-based. Thank you, Microsoft! Microsoft Edge is so new, newer than ever!

- Better but

This comes up when IE is searched but it is far from it . I have tried them all but none come close to the browser I want which is the old IE . The browser I want has the most famous toolbar is history with the layout across the top < > refresh home button favorites, tools etc . Instead we get redesigned mixture displayed all over the browser, they all block your ability to even create such an experience. FireFox came close years ago but then too many hands got in the way and made it the whole browser junk. Chrome would be a great choice if it would allow such a addition but as it stands store websites bookmarks is a worthless venture for Chrome . Safari just doesn’t even get what a browser does ! This is ok but lacks user free functionality which also limits customizing how we want out browser to operate. If and when someone creates this type browser it would be the only app I would be willing to pay for and I think it soar in popularity plus work better in a mobile device than all them combined!

- Unexpectedly picked up the slack when other browsers failed

This is the last browser that actually has a functioning desktop view feature, which is something very important to me because 2010s mobile web design is absolutely atrocious. Chrome, Firefox, and Safari's "Request Desktop Site" buttons have done absolutely nothing for the past several years, and Puffin has been held down by Apple far enough to not be compatible with many sites anymore. I'd been hunting down and trying so many other browsers, but virtually all of them had the same problem. This was my desperate last resort. But to my surprise, that last resort pulled through. The desktop view in Internet Explorer (I know it's not called that anymore, but I still call it that out of affection) isn't perfect—the text wrap is irritating and makes sites like Reddit unreadable in-browser, for instance—but at least, unlike every single other iOS browser, the desktop view EXISTS.

- This browser gives the upper edge!

This browser is really good! Since it is my favorite browser on Windows 10, of course I had to download it when the version for iOS came out! I am very impressed with the speed! Since I have an iPhone 5, and since Safari and Google Chrome are CPU intensive and since iPhone 5's CPU isn't very powerful, I've found that Microsoft Edge works much better than the competitors! The only problem is that sometimes when I am using the voice search and when I try to use it a second time, I have to start the browser again. I am not sure if the exact reason, but I am guessing it is because my RAM is maxed out, since my phone only has 1GB of RAM. But overall it is a very good browsing experience and I would like to say really good job Microsoft! You have made a really good browser on Windows 10, and finally brought it over to iOS. The browser is just as good and I am really happy that it's finally over on mobile phones!

- Missing simple features and bad navigation

If you have several tabs open in the background, when opening the tab menu, it never respects the tab you left off, it alwas reverts to the very top. Also, when scrolling through list the open tabs, if you accidentally swipe the tab to the side, it closes it! This is unbelievable given that the natural direction your thumb travels when swiping up, is over to the side. When opening a new tab, there's zero option to have the default be your list of favorites. Instead you have to navigate through multiple options to get back into your favorites, dig through your folders, find it, then open. This is especially tedious and annoying if you need to have several open at once, plus it adds increased risk of closing an open tab by accidentally swipping it to the side, thus closing it (see above). Adding a page as a favorite is an absolute nightmare given that it defaults all favorites to the same location. And again, you have to navigate through all the tedious menu options, locate the pages you just favorited, and re-organize them into all of your folders. Why can't there be an option of where to save the favorite? Like any normal browser? Lastly, I’ve had this browser crash on me several times, losing all open tabs. I really like this browser, but I can't get over the fact that it lacks so many simple features that every single other browser has, so I'm moving onto something else.

- Quick and reliable browser!

Since Windows 10 came out I have regularly used it on my PCs at home. Over the past year+ I’ve been using the Edge browser on my iPhone and it’s been trial and error over the time, but like the PC version it’s come a long way and works great! Other than speed that you’ll see as a difference vs Safari and Chrome, there’s a lot of customizable features available on the settings and of course everything links conveniently to your Windows desktop if you want to set it as so. My personal favorite that is built into the Edge phone app is the ability to enable add blockers on webpages so they do not show up (so you don’t accidentally click on one) and it speeds up the page loading even more. Highly recommend, excellent browser for mobile devices!

- Password Syncing has always been a problem for me since first use!

I’m Office 365 user for four years and I love Microsoft’s softwares, the same for Edge browser. I like speed and reliability of Edge browser EXCEPT for syncing! For me, syncing passwords never works in Edge browser(iPad). Bookmarks syncs, but sometimes history not sync ... etc. Edge on my iPhone(never on iPad) syncs passwords but it takes a long time to sync. It’s a real pain. I don’t know why passwords and history syncing in CHROME browser happens in real-time but NOT in Edge browser. So, I have to rely on Chrome although I don’t trust Google for web browsing. I don’t know why Microsoft can’t fix this to sync in real-time even though it is one of the most advanced Tech-companies in the world. Please FIX Syncing Problem!!!!

- Edging Out Other Browsers

The speed of Edge has made it my go to on Windows...and now on iOS. I like the design, especially the minimalist navigation bar on the bottom of the browser. Being able to send a URL to another Windows device is also neat - and allows Windows users the ability to continue browsing on the desktop - just as OSX users can on Safari. Being a cross platform user, I am loving being able to integrate the two ecosystems in varied ways. Tab navigation on Chrome is also superior to others. The snapshots and grid of tabs makes switching a breeze .... and it is much easier to use than the ‘cascading cards’ on Chrome and Safari. The only complaint (minor quibble) is that it’s not fully integrated into other MSFT applications on iOS. For example, Outlook only allows me to open links in Safari and Chrome, not Edge.

- 100% Important

I absolutely never write a review, especially about a Microsoft product, however, I am an IT Professor and teach Microsoft Office in a required Freshman year due to so many children today coming from High Schools have never even used Office before. Nearly every school system in America is run by Chromebooks (cheaper) so all they know is Google Docs, Slides, etc. FINALLY MICROSOFT HATS OFF 😆👌🏼! You finally designed the new edge from the open source called Chromium which is the basis for Google Chrome and Opera and a couple others. It's a very professional and presentable Home Tab that you can customize as well. One thing that needs fixing is the continue to an from PC, at least with an iPhone iOS 13+ newest one. That's the only complaint I've gotten.

- Chrome + Firefox = Edge 2020

This is like if chrome and Firefox had a baby and Microsoft was the surrogate mother. This browser took the best parts of Firefox and the best parts of chrome and merged it with the best parts edge had in the past. Battery life is amazing on my surface and my iPhone. Looks great, just waiting for more extension support for the desktop version. Some tips for the future, if you ever listen to me. Listen, MBA executive’s who call the shots. Make a Microsoft version of “google apps” and connect it the bing search engine like google does. Make make it in a way you can’t get sued for it and actually have it connect to the actual applications through the cloud. This would be such a power love it would take google 2-3 years to catch up.

- Good but previous version was better

Previous version was better in terms of user interface. This January 2020 locations of buttons is much harder to use compared to previous version where It is much easier to navigate most buttons where it is on the right side on the screen from the bottom and top. I really like the floating video which is one of the main reasons I used Microsoft edge browser aside from earning rewards. Also when saving a bookmark there is no way to choose to save it to a folder that I created, you have to go to favorites then edit then move to a folder. I hope you make the interface back to an easier way to navigate that will make me decide to bring it to a 5 star rating. But I still like Microsoft edge browser, fast and great browser.

- My favorite browser

I have experimented with all the top browsers for my iPad and this works best for my needs. I can copy/paste, save, and send with ease. A close second best is Yandex and the third one is FireFox. I like all three but Edge has a slight edge on the competition. Microsoft gave it a well deserved name. If you do an image search this browser will let you touch a gif to watch it without going into full screen or double touch to go full. Not good at explaining things in detail but I highly recommend anyone trying it for themselves. Thank you all that took part in designing Edge because I think it’s the best of the best. To me Edge browser with Bing search engine will be a hard combination to beat.

- Printing problems

Everything is great except one thing, and that’s if you’re trying to print. I print recipes frequently from my phone and cannot do it through this browser. When I go to click the print icon on webpages it doesn’t do anything at all in this browser. If I hold it down and try to open the print page in a new window it says there’s a JavaScript error. The exact same webpage in Safari works fine. After clicking print in Safari it will open the print menu and I can print the page. The only way to print in Edge is to print the entire webpage which means it’s not formatted right and you get a lot of unnecessary junk. Sadly that means for all my printing needs guess I’ll still be using Safari until this gets fixed.

- Really liked Edge until...

Really liked Edge and made the switch from Chrome. When setting up it asked to sync my bookmarks which I did and all was fine until a day later. Duplicate bookmarks and multiplying. Did the removed duplicates feature and they came right back and subsequently duplicated them across all devices and browsers too (Chrome etc.). Had to make a clean copy of my bookmarks, store as a file, delete Edge and Chrome as well as disable all syncing on all devices. Installed a clean version of Chrome, imported bookmarks, and no all is fine. Support from Microsoft was poor, support from Google 1 was poor as each blamed the other. Though I will admit no issue ever using chrome. Shame as I really liked the Edge browser too. When it is for sure fixed I may give it another try.

- Odd bug/feature with tabs is just baffling

One very odd thing i found is that the order of the tabs differ depending on whether you are in grid view or just using the tabs bar. The grid view displays the newest tab first, top left, then displays older tabs moving to the right, down. The problem is that when you go to a tab, the tabs bar display *oldest* first, starting from the left, and shows newly opened tabs moving to the right. It gets confusing when you have more than 5 tabs open, with you being at the right most end of your tabs bar but at the top left corner at the tabs grid. Edge has been very great to use as a browser! It hasn’t had any performance issues and has been a great alternative to chrome and safari. I hope the devs fix this issue because it’s the one thing it lacks that all the other browsers have.

- Good but not the best

After exploring Microsoft Edge on the iPhone after its initial release to the App Store I have to say it’s good but not the best. Where to improve: Privacy settings: I would like the ability to save my privacy settings from my previous browsing session and have them applied to my next browsing session. Like say for example I toggle the offer to save passwords switch off in my first browsing session I would like it to remain off in each following browsing session following when I toggle that switch off. Next: when opening a new tab I would like it to go to a home page I set. I do not see the ability to set a home page in the app. Unless I have to pair my iPhone with my computer to get those settings I have applied to Microsoft Edge on my computer I would like the ability to set those settings similar to how I have Microsoft Edge on my computer. The good: I have my favorite sites from my computer in the favorites section on my iPhone I can print articles to the AirPrint enabled printer I use I can set my theme from light to dark like I have on my computer If possible I would like the settings I have suggested addressed

- Great browser!

I have been using Edge for iOS since it was in the beta testing stage. I've really enjoyed experiencing its tweaks and improvements all along, to bring it ever closer to the quality of browser that I love in Windows 10. While it doesn't (yet) have all the functionality of the Windows version, it's stable and likeable enough that I've given it the prominent spot on my iPhone's and iPad's dock, instead of Safari. Granted, there are things Safari does better, but most things are just as good (if not better) on Edge. The built-in "Continue on PC" is extremely useful; I've used it countless times. Altogether, Edge for iOS is top-notch! I'm curious to see what else Microsoft has up its sleeve!

- A Browser I’ve Been Waiting For

This is a very good browser for many reasons. The synchronization between my Windows 10 desktop and my iPhone is great. It is performed in app and requires no 3rd party software installation on my desktop. This is an advantage over iCloud sync via windows to phone in my opinion. Continue on desktop is nice because I like to be able to send a website to my desktop as well. However, this should be done seamlessly in my opinion because the feature can just as deadly be used on the Safari iPhone browser via continue on desktop app. The browser is also very speedy and loads content quickly story would expect.

- Great Browser!

I’ve used Internet Explorer, Google, Firefox, and other browsers and Edge is at the top for me. It may not have the most friendly or common of UI’s like Google or others but I like the simplicity of it and that the search is right there. I use primarily Microsoft Apps with Edge and they run smoothly with each other which is another upside! The addition of Microsoft Rewards is another great feature that gives you points just for searching things up, and all those points can be used for Gift Cards, Sweepstakes Entries, and a whole bunch of other cool things! I highly recommend this browser to be tried out if you haven’t already!

- Good browser, needs more

I like using edge instead of safari mostly because safari is to me just boring. I like the fact I can make my browser dark, to me it just looks better. It's fast and accurate. There are only a few things I would like to see changed, first would be implementing 3d touch for viewing links the way safari does, second be the ability to add your favorites to the start screen when edge is first started, and the only other thing I would like to see is fixing the problem of saving gif images that are actually animated, I have tried several times unsuccessfully to save gifs, and unfortunately am forced to revert back to using safari to save any kind of animated pictures. Fix those 3 things and this will be a 5 star browser.

- Microsoft edge

Installed this app on my iPad. I love it. The speed was a welcome surprise. And, surprisingly for this old lady, fairly easy to figure out how to use. The ads are still “tagging along” and I try to fool the “programmed content” of the ads by checking out things I care about, don’t care about and being too curious, I try to be careful, like NOT logging in thru the VPN AVAILABLE IN France, Canada, Singapore, etc... don’t want NSA “overworking” their paranoid possibilities, try to stay away from social media, but I am trapped there cause it’s the only way the children in my life will even attempt to stay in contact...but like all families, extended and all, that is complicated. Anyway, I’ve used edge on and off for about a month now, and I like it. So far so good.

- Love all Microsoft products many Xbox 1,2,3

Just need noADS on Microsoft 🌐 and really wish for a Full custom Microsoft keyboard a LOT of options to customization the keyboard such as Fonts deep deep customizations for the keyboard more customizable fonts and more daily updates I even have my original Xbox The very 1 still in my closet it been broken for at lest 12 years as much as I am a nerd at heart ♥️ for collecting all thing gaming I only gave this a 🌟⭐️🌟⭐️🌟 Also want to see my 1gen Xbox fixed if Microsoft should really 🤔 think 💭 about the old generation and so much money went to 1gen Xbox turning the century AKA 2020 ‘common ERA ‘ looking back I wish prince of Persia warrior within was on the Xbox one 🖖🤑😱🤩🤓😍😘🖤💚💙💙

- Almost perfect

I recently switched to Edge from Firefox, and I really liked it, but it is missing a few features. For example, I cannot send web pages to my PC from my phone due to an unknown error, and I can’t find a way to send a web page from my PC to my phone. Also, when I tried to send feedback about this, I received that same unknown error. I also really wish everything would sync between my phone app and my web app, and I wish there were better privacy settings. I’m sure this will be figured out and added into the app, but it’s definitely annoying when it worked so well with Firefox. Generally, though, I really enjoy Edge, and I’m glad I switched.

- Edge Favorites don’t sync

I have both an Apple and PC desktop and have always been a supporter of Microsoft. I hate my Apple desktop but love the PC. I love my Apple mobile devices and hate all other (including the surface PC I have). When I was prompted by Microsoft to share my data amongst all my devices I jumped on the opportunity. I have no problems with Safari but this is Microsoft and why not. I installed Edge it is a blank browser. I did not import my favorites and it does not give me the option to do that. You would think if you were logged into your account it would do that automatically not to mention all other browser installs ask if you want to import the favorites. To me it is not worth the effort to install this app and spend hours trying to figure out how to install my favorites let only going through each one and adding them again.

- Good but could be better

It’s look and feel is pretty good! Better then chrome and sometimes better then safari, but it doesn’t work as good as it looks! I don’t know how many times I have had to restart my app in the middle of doing something and then I went back in and it didn’t save anything of the last session, so I had to start all over again. And it hasn’t happened only a hand full of times, but more like every time or every other time I use it, it ends up making me force close! But I want to be able to give it 5 starts! And I wanna be able to use it lots more. Please fix it so I can... Thanks!!!

- Getting Better!

I previously gave this app a review of “not good.” Well, I am changing that review. I finally found out how to adjust the font. I thought that option was not available. But it is now. I don’t know if it was always there or not, but I’m sure glad I found it. Now I have to check if the app tells you when a website is “not secure”, the way Safari does. It’s always good to be secure. I will update my review and rating accordingly. Thank you. PREVIOUS REVIEW: NOT GOOD BECAUSE: 1. THE ADDRESS BAR DOESN’T SHOW IF A WEBSITE IS NOT SECURE. 2. CANNOT ADJUST THE FONT SIZE GOOD BECAUSE: 1. IT IS PRETTY TO LOOK AT 2. IT IS A PLEASURE TO USE 3. LOTS OF NEWS STORIES PREVIOUS REVIEW: Font size doesn’t seem to be adjustable. I don’t see a way to change it in the Settings. The iPhone X settings do not affect the font in Microsoft Edge either. How about a way to make it in Reading Mode? I’m not too happy right now. Please advise or make some adjustments if possible. Other than that it’s good. I will definitely change my review and rating when or if I can read the screen. It’s not my eyes because I have had no trouble with other browsers. Thank you sincerely.

- It is about time!

I can’t believe how fast and snappy this works with my PC! The continuous viewing from iPhone to PC is fantastic!!! Nice to see two giant tech companies playing along and making everyone’s life easier! I really feel like Microsoft has been stepping up their game lately. I was less than impressed with initial launch of Windows 10 but I got to say I couldn’t imagine going back now with all the additional updates they have put out since! Making your I phone and PC communicate almost instantly for continuing browsing is just amazing! Great work to all who designed the app! Super clean, intuitive, and FAST! Keep it coming Microsoft! 👊

- Edge - I use on iPhone instead of Safari

I prefer Edge over Safari. In particular I like the fact that I can have it open a link in another tab and not have to go to that tab right away. I also like the fact that it has integration across the Microsoft spectrum. I use Windows and MS Office software, so using Edge (with Bing of course!) makes things easier and faster. Frankly I use an iPhone primarily because of the ease of use in making video calls with other iPhone users (like family members). Other than that, I am a 100% Microsoft user. I find that Edge mates the best with the Microsoft family and is an easier browser to use.

- Great, But Lacking a Few Key Features

I greatly prefer this browser to Safari and Chrome, and it’s my go-to on my PC. I do occasionally run into bugs but it’s also a relatively new browser so I think that’s to be expected. However, the inability to download files and use the web versions of things like Google Docs essentially prevents me from using this browser for my business, which is unfortunate because I do prefer this one. I’m not sure if this is on Apple or Microsoft, but I’m forced to use Safari until Edge catches up in this department—at least for business. Those who are using Edge for personal browsing though will probably find it superior to Chrome and Safari though!

- Excellent!!!

I have really been impressed with the Edge browser on iPhone and Windows 10. Microsoft has been knocking it out of the park with their mobile office apps. Microsoft Edge for iPhone is no exception to the rule!! Fast, sleek and smooth, it is a browsing experience that is worthy to replace Safari on my phone's app dock (and it has). I like the cortana integration as well. The Edge Browser has been getting increasingly more polished at a faster and faster rate. Microsoft is really blowing the pants of Chrome, Fire Fox, and other browsers. If I did not need Internet Explorer for business purposes Edge would be the only browser I would install; I would also say the same concerning Safari, it's boring, slow, buggy, and from this Windows user perspective and opinion, it's also counter intuitive in many ways. I've always loved the quality, design, and security of the Apple iPhone, I just think Microsoft has done the superior job of engineering powerful, stable, serious workhorse apps that excel in business and in personal use.

- Review

It is good overall, but still Microsoft has to stop having articles divided into segments. Most of the articles that I have read are fascinating, but they are divided up into segments. Where you have to go to a new page to read the next part of the article. This can take up to an hour of reading the whole article, because you have to keep on clicking to the next page and adjusting the page so you can read the article. This is because you can click about 25 to 50 times an article. This the only downside of browsers that use this format for articles.

- A few issues

I use Edge browser on my windows 10 computers near exclusively, and on my iPhone as much as possible. It’s a good browser but there are a few problems with the recent windows 10 update. (1) I can no longer forward websites to any of the 3 windows 10 OS since the update to the OS. (2) Should also be able to send pages I’m reading on my windows 10 desktop to my mobile iOS device. (3) Really need a way to be able to make the Edge browser (and others) become the default browser on iOS. Not sure why Apple has it restricted to only allow iOS default installed browser to be default when in the late 90s Microsoft was sued over this exact issue and lost the anti-trust case against them by Netscape.

- Best browser on iOS besides safari

I have tried multiple browsers outside of Safari and this one is the best by far. It’s the easiest to use, has great News feed articles, and I like how you can use it with windows 10. Best of all it’s free. Only thing I wish it had would be extensions outside of it but otherwise it’s my go to browser when not using Safari mainly because of the little things that Safari has an edge on but it is not by much. There is things I like about Safari better and there are things I like about edge better so I end up using both depending on what I’m doing

- Fast browser, short on features

Edge is gorgeous and fast. But if you dig into Settings, you’ll quickly discover that there are nearly none. A July 2018 update added “additional search options” to Bing (which, by the way, is the lone advanced setting), and those turned out to be...wait for it...Google and Yahoo. Sharing also takes too many taps, the first of which is unintuitive. Icons saved as favorites on the new tab page come and go as they please. And the browser’s built-in voice command isn’t nearly as accurate as the mic on the iOS keyboard. A promising start that need tending. Next time, start at least equal to other browsers and improve from there, if you expect people to switch.

- Amending this again after a few days use

Unable to sign into NYTimes because doesn't handle recaptcha validation. No favorites bar; unclear how to add to quick start links. Needs work That said, the app feels comfortable to use. It syncs nicely with the PC version. Would prefer a favorites bar but the bookmark icon does feel comfortable to use. I look forward to further updates. As it is, I prefer to Safari and the IOS Chrome app. I make use of folders in favorites and have a long list of links in each folder. When I'm using a folder I like the favorites tag to remain in that folder. Previous versions worked well. This latest version returns to the root list after each link is accessed necessitating three clicks to get back to the folder's contents. Not good.

- Forced to download if I wanted access to my own files

I really hope there’s another explanation for this, because if there isn’t it’s ridiculous and unfair and frankly somewhat coercive. I plugged my iphone 6s into my windows 10 computer to transfer my photos. Typically you open your desktop or file explorer and you find the USB drives, right? Not anymore! I scoured my computer, I scoured every single folder under “my PC”, I searched myPC for “usb” and only found settings that told me “the device is working properly”. Next step was the “your phone” tool, which claims all sorts of improvements and conveniences, which is a load of crap. In order to access MY photos from MY phone and put them on MY computer, I was taken to a step wherein I had to download this app before I could continue with the sync. This is utterly ridiculous. Nobody uses this browser. Is it an attempt to inflate your product because you know nobody uses it but lots of people will give in for access to THEIR OWN FILES from THEIR OWN DEVICES? I guess it’s true that our belongings no longer actually belong to us, since we’re at the mercy of bad updates that remove functionality while pretending they’re trying to improve it.

- Yes it is made Microsoft, now would like a better mobile browser or not?

As much as people seem to enjoy criticizing Ms browsers and the like, I think this is the most intuitive browser available. You don’t have to search for simple commands like Safari seems to enjoy putting you through, and the appearance is (gasp!) more sleek than either safari or chrome. It doesn’t make you jump through hoops or do some arbitrary swipe to save a picture, or go back a page. Good Job Ms, now if you’d only work on making games for Windows little more than an xbox one store I’d be all the more pleased.

- Perfect browser for someone without a Mac

I’m not a Apple or Microsoft fanboy. I'm a guy who got an iPhone a long time ago and use Windows. I have always disliked having to email myself links or saving bookmarks or wishing I had the browser history from my other devices. This browser is a massive step closer to a seamless experience across platforms. Not only is it functional, it is beautifully designed, incredibly easy to use and fast. Especially on my iPhone 6 that has been ruined by iOS 11 performance issues. I absolutely love this browser. Now if only the was cross platform iMessage.

- Best web security!

I have had issues with the security of Safari on some websites such as fandom wiki, where the intrusive pop for winning a gift card has been menacing. I've tried multiple approaches for resolving the pop up issue short of not using Safari at all, but came upon this app. Since then I haven't had a single pop-up or the residual effects of pop ups (such as glitches). Still not a fan of the desktop version, but for mobile use this is probably one of the best I've used in terms of intuitive design, security, and web browsing.

- No tab syncing and too many clicks

I love edge fir desktop, but without tab syncing, it’s not worth using edge on iOS. Mobile browsers should be quick, and it takes too many clicks to get between tasks and to open favorites. Opening a new tab or clicking in the url bar should reveal a list of favorites to choose from (like in safari), and not some shortened quick access menu. The three-dot menu at the bottom should also fully expand when clicked or have further customization, as it requires a secondary swipe to see all the options available. These are nit-picky things, but it’s those little details that make permanently switching browsers worth it.

- Mover Safari there’s a new browser in town

Before I got my phone, all I ever used on my windows 10 laptop was Edge and it was fast and reliable on there, and the same (if not better) on mobile. I enjoy the dark mode as it makes it easier to look at for a longer period of time, and it seems to just be able to search faster than Safari and the security settings for like privacy and clearing Cookies is easy to setup and reliable to what I have encountered. Love Almost every Microsoft app/product I use and this is no exception!

- Solid, but...

I like Edge because of the better cross-platform availability when it comes to bookmark management. (However, creating bookmarks must be done from Windows - if you do it from this app it says "Added to Favorites" without ever letting you choose a folder, and sure enough the added Favorite is nowhere to be found - what a shame.) What drives me nuts about this browser is that MS chose to arrogantly swap the main buttons around - if you want to compete with Apple’s iOS browser on their home turf then it makes sense to respect the muscle memory users have grown over many years of using Safari. That and the Favorites issue is enough recurring frustration for me to cut away two stars.

- Imperfect, but thankful to have a connection to my Surface Pro from my iPhone.

Edge is thin, lightweight and fast. It doesn’t render long webpages perfectly - there’s often a delay as you scroll down. My biggest complaint about this browser is that its implementation of the scroll bar is really choppy: it gets stuck at the place you start dragging at, and then requires significant movement from your finger while it jitters around before it starts to scroll. And anytime you return the scroll back to where you’d started from, it continues to hang. It’s a huge blemish on what is otherwise a really nice app. Hopefully MSFT can fix this too!

- Microsoft Edge

I finally figured out how to get Microsoft Edge and to search with Bing. It was a bit of a challenge at first with everything being completely different from others. I find Microsoft Edge has been running smooth and making my searches easier and faster. It’s now my main squeeze for search engines on my iPone. My only complaint or dislike is not being able to use it with Linux on my laptop. That would make computer life amazing. Download Microsoft Edge if you haven’t already! You’re missing out on a whole new world of wonder.

- Great new browser

I began using the new Edge browser after reading a very positive review. I have to say that everything I read is true. The browsing experience is beautiful. The browser is snappy, pages load well, and all my Microsoft related apps sync really well with the browser. I now prefer the Edge over all other browsers. I use Edge on my iOS device and on my PC and smoothly move between them. I can annotate webpages, convert to PDF and many more. I never had the Edge freeze up or crash and is always available. I have absolutely zero complaints.

- Obnoxious pop-ups making it impossible to use

I use Edge on my desktop and on my iPhone I use a mix of Safari, Chrome, and now Edge. Edge worked well for the first week, and to the extent possible on an iPhone, I made it my primary browser. However, it began opening advertisements automatically whenever I clicked a link in the news feed of new tabs. It's incredibly annoying and I haven't seen anything like this before in other browsers. Edge has some great features otherwise and I'd happily give it 5 stars once this issue is fixed.

- Great on all devices

I use windows based computers for everything at home and at work. I love my iPhone, but Apple software has zero cred when it comes to productivity. Now my iPhone can finally be the premium Windows phone I always wanted. I use Outlook for email, Office for work and productivity, Cortona as my virtual assistant, and now I can sync content across web browsers with Edge. I was using Chrome, but I have even less of a use for Google than I do Apple. Now I can ditch Chrome and have a fully supported browser experience across mobile, work and home.

- I love it, but lately it has been crashing too often.

Ever since the new update and everything, it’s been crashing and pausing very often, sometimes I have to wait for few seconds to use my phone because everything else stops working as well. It's very frustrating specially that I don’t use another browser so I'll have to find another good one until the problems are (hopefully) fixed. Update in May 30, 2020: The app is still as slow as ever, i don’t know what’s wrong, it used to be very fast, it crashes a lot as well. And sometimes just freezes. I'm starting to use it less and less because of this.

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- Good. But a few missing features.

Been using it for just a few hours, and it’s good. But it fell short when I tried to force hold an animated gif to copy it and send through iMessage to a friend. Doesn’t sound like a huge issue at all, but when we only ever converse through a series of animated gifs, the browser simply couldn’t accomodate our conversation. Shame, because I’m really like it so far, and offloading to PC is a really handy feature. The force touch also allows us to open a new browser window from links. So even though my main gripe was because of animated gif copying, the actual productivity feature of opening a new window from links is quite serious. In fact, there doesn’t seem to be any force touch at all with further testing. And the navigation/new tab on long press also doesn’t seem to be implemented. Back to Safari for the time being. Shame, as it did look and feel nice.

- More then I excepted

I’ve been using the web browser “Cake” for 1-2 years because of its cool features no other browser had until edge came out, I use edge on my computer so I thought I’d give it a try, straight off the bat I knew it was better, due to the speed of it loading and the nice design. I looked through all the features and I’m most in love with the “image search” feature, being able to put in an image then getting brought to where it came from Is a total game changer, will definitely be using edge from now on. Now for a suggestion, cake has a built in VPN that lets you easily click and use the VPN, if there was a feature like this on edge that would be Phenomenal, being able to easily change to American servers from Australian would be such a good help, also knowing the fact that my data isn’t being stolen because this is an extremely credible company.

- Great app

This is a fantastic app that I can see myself replace Chrome with it. However, one tiny drawback is that whenever I access the “favorites” menu it always starts on the very top of my favorite lists, instead of where I left the menu last time. This makes it a lot of extra scrolling downs when you’re trying to find a particular website that you saved because you have to scroll down every time until you find the one website you’re looking for. This is even worse for people like me who has hundreds of websites saved on “favorites”... I wish the developers of the app can see this review and add this feature but it’s still overall a great app!

- Amazing

So far using Edge has been amazing. From being able to “close all” tabs 👏 to dark mode 🙌 and to replacing Safari on my phone 👍 The only thing I would provide feedback and improvements on will be to please include add in support to 1Password. Safari did that and losing that functionality now is a bit difficult. Also maybe allowing a modification on the tool bar on the bottom of the screen, I don’t want to share to my device in the bottom middle of my screen, I’de rather access the share menu so I can message almost right away a link to a friend then tap on the “...” then share, then message.

- Microsoft Edge... My New Favourite Browser?

I only recently started using Edge. Being an Apple Mac user, I was looking for a new browser to replace my regular browser, Safari. I didn’t want to use Google Chrome. However, Microsoft’s new Edge browser caught my eye as a great alternative to either Safari or Chrome. I really like the direction Microsoft has taken with Edge. Edge is a great browser that is only going to get better as Microsoft adds new features and refines the over all product. Edge is certainly leaps and bounds better than both it’s predecessors (the old Edge browser and the infamous Microsoft Explorer). Great job Microsoft!

- Great potential, a bit buggy

So happy to have edge on iOS, however, it doesn’t seem to sync everything over, such as usernames and passwords. Sometimes it becomes unresponsive, such as pressing the back button. I hope they can fix it soon as I’d like to keep this as my main browser!

- Somethings gone wrong

‘Continue on PC’ showed this literal text - “Error message”. Then the app crashed repeatedly. These things happen so I deleted and re-installed Edge. This time ‘Continue on PC’ lists my devices to continue on but upon selecting my laptop a new error - “Something went wrong. Try again later”. Then that device is gone from the ‘Continue on PC’ menu forever. Frustrated, I decide to tap the ‘Leave feedback’ option, type this whole thing out and tap Submit only for the message “Failed to submit feedback”. I can’t even submit feedback? Microsoft, come on, sort it out. I’ll keep trying for one or two more updates but beyond that I’ll have to reconsider Safari.

- Sync favourites just not working

I have a dream ... that someday iOS Edge will sync my "favorites” with my Windows 10 favourites since I’m using same account . But no ...each new version does nothing and my iphone still has zero Favourites from Syncing! And unlike Chrome bookmarks, Edge Favourites handling has always been a mess between different devices ... you get nothing on iPhone, and in Win 10 you end up with some weird hybrid from each Win 10 device with no easy way to clean up and get consistency across devices. Still overall better than Safari for people used to Windows .

- Good but needs improvement

The interface feels fast but auto fill is inconsistent and you can’t edit your own auto fill info. There is also nowhere to add or update payment details to auto fill it unlike in Chrome. The icons are also a bit small compared to Chrome. The tab for normal and private browsing could be in a better to reach position like in Safari or can be swiped like in Chrome. And there is still no history and tab syncing.

- Please remove the extra step at the start

Hello, Really like the browser and have removed Google Chrome from my phone. I just have one gripe - when the browser starts we see the Microsoft logo and a search bar, clicking on search bar takes us to next page, why the extra step? It would be great if the browser displays the search bar with top sites as the first screen

- Automatically delete tabs

There is NO warning given before the app automatically deletes the earlier tabs and the limit of tabs allowed is low. I didn’t know about it and I cannot get my deleted tabs back. Really disappointed. Also you cannot move tabs, only delete by swiping or tapping X. Accidentally swipe a tab? It’s gone. Safari does way better in these aspects. I lost all my tabs somehow but I don’t remember pressing close all tabs and there was no confirmation. Please can you put in a function to restore all tabs. This is ridiculous and unreliable.

- Great app missing a few things

Please add the same options as we do on the desktop version, mainly being able to search by time frame! Cannot use a browser if it frostbites have this feature. Also there is a way to set Edge as default which involves setting a restriction on safari in screen time. Other browsers have managed to accomplish this. Can Edge please do the same?

- Surprisingly good

I’m quite impressed by this browser. It’s good, solid and works well with other apps. I’ve set it as the default on my device, Edge runs rings around Safari and I like it better than Firefox. Microsoft is producing and honing some great tools these days, and maintaining them well.

- Good but a little bit buggy

I’ve been using Edge ever since the chromium update and I have to say I love it on my laptop however I have noticed a bug while using the app variant. It has a tendency to freeze and not allow me to scroll or tap on anything a simple app reboot fixes it but still not great. Apart from that I do love the app and hope the bug gets fixed!

- Big improvement

Edge is now winning once again. Great browser I love continue on my pc. Great feature I’m forever getting sick of a smaller screen and wanting to get more hands on with keyboard and mouse and saves me typing the whole URL

- Amazing! But still needs some work

I have been testing edge as my daily browser on my iPhone XS Max for the last 2 weeks. I LOVE it so much!! It does so much more than any other iOS browser , HOWEVER... it can be a bit glitchy at times but I know these are just minor bugs which will be sorted out in time! Highly recommend

- Pretty nice now!

The Chromium update is honestly really good. Only two things I wish were here: the drag-up-on-top-bar-to-go-fullscreen feature that Safari has.. and the ‘Clear browsing data on close‘ feature of desktop Edge. Would be nice to have an image on the InPrivate splash too pls.. Otherwise great app!

- Absolutely love it.

It finds you all the same info that Google Chrome does plus gives you rewards for using it. I just wish I could think of more things to do a search on.

- Fast, safe, and links to your PC edge bookmarks and tabs

I was very pleased to hear Microsoft had launched Edge for the iPhone. I can now have all my bookmarks synchronised between my PC and my phone and iPad (I know I could do this with Safari and Chrome but I am not a fan of these on the PC). Experience so far has that it has been quick to load, and easy to use. Ultimately one web browser is pretty much like another. But if this one is your flavour on the PC, then you will greatly appreciate it here.

- My new fave despite some bugs

Been using a week and I’m now using as my default. While I like the app, swiping left to right to get back the precious page is buggy. Doesn’t always work meaning you have to try a few times.

- Much faster than safari !

I have an apple se and can’t believe how much faster edge works compared to safari . Much more user friendly overall . Highly recommend !

- AWS Cloud9 works

I tried a number of browsers before finding one that could load my C9 development environment and provide a smooth development experience on an iPad. Surprised and impressed that a Microsoft product provided the solution.

- Great improvements with a steady flow

Great improvements with a steady flow of fixes Nd features being deployed. Look forward to further Yu refinements like 3D Touch experiences, ‘share’ option improvements and greater integration with Intune policy management.

- Better than Safari

This is much better than Safari. A lot of site that doesn't work with Safari or don't display properly, works here.

- Fast and Reliable

Loved Edge before, but now it’s even better. Faster, better layout, lots of options. Definitely the best browser out there for phones and tablets.

- iPad support and desktop history tab needed

Great browser to work with iOS and windows 10. Would be nice to also support natively on iPad and also be able to search your desktop history in the iOS app so I can continue working on my phone where I left off.

- Mhmm

Overall good app with many features but one most important feature that bothers me is that pdf files are corrupted when I download from my university's moodle site. I have to use Safari to download files from there. It could be an issue with private pdf files.

- My favourite browser so far

Seems to be a lot snappier than safari or chrome on my iPhone 7 Plus. Web pages load quicker - saves passwords works a treat.

- Enjoyable 🤗

So much info that is sooo interesting and fulfillingly funny in some stories but above all,totally Outstanding guys, I extremely enjoy the info and the reading, Thank Y’all very much and keep bringing it on 👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽👏👏👏👌😁🙏🤗 Thanking Y’all, Justin Williams.

- Super fast browser with full Adblock

Edge is one of if not the fastest iOS browser I’ve ever used. It has built in Adblock plus and clean easy to understand ui. However, it has no custom search engine setting.

- First real Safari replacement

I know that Edge uses the same underlying systems as Safari, but Edge is so well made, so easy to use and syncs with my Windows 10 devices seamlessly. I’ve replaced Safari with Edge on my iPhone.

- Microsoft Edge

I just got this app today and it’s been so awesome and I love the new look of the icon. So I cannot wait to log in to my laptop tomorrow morning and see the new icon on the taskbar of my laptop 😊✌️.

- Coming along

Good browser. Still a couple of things to catch up on and get used to over chrome.

- Ditch Safari and get this!

This is a much faster and more responsive search engine than Safari or Google Chrome! Love it

- Some basic features missing.

Favourites syncing with Edge for Windows 10 not nearly as responsive as Chrome’s equivalent. Update October 2018 - would have thought the syncing problems would be solved by now. But no, syncing is still slow or just doesn’t happen. Edits to favourites in Edge for Windows 10 doesn’t sync at all - sad.

- Scam

I was on google just playing around when all of a sudden this random thing pops up and it says congratulations you have won an iPhone X and it forces you to the page. This has only started happening since I got the app so I’m a bit concerned 😟

- Replacement for managed browser

Perhaps some work should go into having this browser apex’s up as a replacement to the Microsoft Managed browser, which doesn’t render properly on iPhone X, and is generally a poor browsing experience.

- Taufan Erawan

New version FAST, user friendly ... become my default browser for all my devices ... well done and keep it up Microsoft 👍🏻👏🏻

- Nice extension of laptop browser but..

Having Edge on the iPhone is handy but I am finding it freezes or slows right down quite often. A bit frustrating and I tend to end up going and finding the laptop to continue.

- Bit slow

The loading is quite slow causing me to not know the page I’m on or click on wrong links

- Reloads Everything

I really wanted to like this browser and most things including ad blocker are great. But it reloads all open webpages after 20 mins or so. So all open pages, podcast, work you are doing is lost, gone forever. No thanks Microsoft.

- No DuckDuckGo on iPhone version

This looks like a nice, clean, chromium-based browser. I am trying to decrease my Google footprint. The iPad version of Edge gives me the option for Google or Bing. The iPad version also includes DuckDuckGo. Why does the phone version not do this?

- 😡

I’m constantly losing all my tabs! I’ll go out of the app and into a different one, when I come back, all my tabs have been delete. This happens like one or twice a fortnight. I changed from chrome to here because it was quicker, but now I’d rather the slow browser than constantly being set back and stressing.

- Best browser on mobile

All of the best parts of Chrome without the invasive Google junk. Tracker blockers are great, very fast and has a great design.

- Apple voice takes over the edge voice

I love the edge speaker reader, much clear and smoother than apple but the Apple voice now takes over

- Vernon

A good browser. The only thing (so far) stopping me giving a 5-star review is the syncing of Favourites between devices and across platforms (Windows and IOS). It’s still clunky

- Nothing special. More usable in iOS than Windows

Edge is just a browser with no special offerings for power users in iOS. At least it is usable much more so than in Windows within the iOS environment. There are much better browsers for iOS. But if you have simple needs as I do, it is more than adequate for day to day browsing. Additionally it feel more solid and responsive, easy to use and uncomplicated. Okay for beginners or for a backup browser for power users.

- Needs tab syncing working

It's got a good browser UI but needs tab syncing implemented. Safari, Chrome have had it for years now. Why bother releasing it without something so basic.

- Good, but no natural voice for Read Aloud feature

By far my favourite feature of Edge on my desktop Windows PC is the Read Aloud feature which gives you NATURAL VOICE NARRATION. As of right now this is A missing feature on IOS Edge.

- Keeps losing my tabs when I swap apps

Makes it unusable if I’m referencing something and using another app or have to take a break and turn off the screen. I come back and open edge and it shows the splash screen and all my tabs are gone, also doesn’t seem to sync to edge on my MacBook... where edge is actually good.

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- WOW its faster than chrome

My new favourite browser

- Good so far

Seen on Twitter that edge was coming to iOS, decided to try it and it has replaced google chrome for me which I been using for years. Seems to be quite snappy and the interface is nice. No complaints or bugs with edge since I been using it.

- Finally Microsoft has got back the Iron throne...

Excellent browser in the history of Mankind.

- Good, with a few key problems

Lack of extension support (so no Adblock possible). No way for it to identify as mobile safari to take advantage of websites formatted for iPhone screens (for example, google news). Force touch to preview links for example doesn’t work.

- My new go to browser

I can switch easily between my windows 10 pc, iPhone and iPad. This is my new go to

- Stable , user friendly , fast

It is revolutionary browser . I never liked internet explorer, cuz it was slow and keep crashing . How ever this one , is very stable , very fast and user friendly . I gotta say bravo , and job well done MS

- Close but not there yet

I uninstalled this app because of the rendering of the web pages. The text was too small and the general appearance a little clunky. I did not find any setting to adjust the font in the app without going into system settings to adjust the entire system font size. Is there a setting? Then I thought I would fix this by choosing reader view. Much to my surprise I could not find this setting on any pages that I browsed except one. On this page, only the first paragraph would show, but still with small font size. I am disappointed because I am a fan of Edge on the PC and I use mostly Microsoft apps wherever I can in iOS. If I am missing something about Edge for iOS then someone please tell me and I will reinstall it. I will also update this review. I would like this app to be successful for me because it was excellent and superior to other iOS browsers in many ways.

- Ad blocker doesn’t block ads please fix

The ad blocker doesn’t block ads. Was good when worked

- Make this app available for iPad

Please make this app available for iPad.

- No iPad version

Why is there no iPad version?

- Changement

Microsoft à fait tout un travail, c’est vraiment formidable car le changement que vous avez apporté, fait de Microsoft edge maintenant un moteur de recherche le plus convoité et le plus sûr et devenu meilleur alors; surtout au niveau de sécurité c’était déjà pas mal donc c’est tout un changement, tout une révolution et je peux dire sincèrement depuis explorer est devenu edge je l’utilise beaucoup à la place des autres.

- Awesome app!!

Edge has officially replaced my safari AND google apps!! Excellent Excellent Excellent!!!

- Does not sync

If you got excited about the possibility of linking your iPhone to your windows pc, save yourself some time and don’t bother installing. After opening the ‘Phone App’ on my computer, it’s stuck on a page asking me to log in to my email address. I’ve logged into the same email address on both my phone and computer , but it’s stuck on that page. Nothing on the help page online helps. Until they fix this glitch, there is no point using this app. Everything else that comes with the app is available in other browsers (e.g history across devices, saved passwords, etc) while the function i wanted (linking phone to pc) doesn’t work. If you simply want a browser, then this is for you. Otherwise don’t waste your time like I did . Cheers, Aquila

- Can’t continue work from phone onto computer

I would have liked to be able to open a webpage from my phone on my computer as advertised but I am having issues and my feedback cannot be sent in app either. A solution to this would be much appreciated.

- Great browser but lacks iPhone support

I like working with Edge very much. I have recently moved from an older iMac to a desktop PC and I am very happy with Windows 10 but I really miss the integration my iPhone had on my mac. I realize this is probably due to resistance from Apple but it will be awesome if I can make calls and send and receive messages using my iPhone on my Windows PC. Thank you.

- Microsoft ecosystem trap

This app recognizes other microsoft accounts on your phone and tries to login in automatically. Microsoft is becoming new GOOGLE. Forcing people to login or create account to use thier apps. Gonna stick with open-source FIREFOX.

- Very fast

Good job Microsoft, this is a very fast browser, faster than chrome and safari on my iphone SE.

- Give it a shot

Coming from Chrome & Firefox, it was a refreshing change. It's fast and stable.

- Not a fan of white icon background

Please add option to have a dark background on the app icon like Slack.

- 👍


- Not happy

It stopped working??

- Pleasantly surprised

Edge is wonderful providing substantial speed in all the right places, I enjoy the fact that I can sync so much of my info on to the app makes for a seamless transition thanks Microsoft you guys truly are on top of the hierarchy of genius.

- Good alt browser

Like the included built-in ad blocker. Resume and sync with desktop browser. Wish opening a new tab, opens it right away like Safari.

- Far from ready

This browser has potential. But it lacks functions. And you could lose all your work in a flash. You expect more from a tech company as big and powerful as Microsoft. Unbelievable

- Excellent

Works great since they fixed last update issue.

- Mostly bad....

Does not work with Bing maps but works fine with Google maps. Eat your own dogfood. Have to set it as the default browser EVERY TIME it updates - it reverts back to Safari every time app updates. No clear cookies/history/etc upon close app option - have to manually do it. I find other browsers feel faster - such as Firefox Focus.

- It’s no good clone google schoolwork no good on brother google work good ( school work


- Will not open. Crash every time. Seems now fixed.

Newest update just keeps crashing. Was fine up until this last update. I have iPad older iOS 10.3.3 but all was well up to this update. Thank you Microsoft for your quick response. Have downloaded again and seems to be working. Changing to a five star rating as impressed with response time.

- New Edge

Yes this is a brand new version of Microsoft Edge based on chromium totally superior browser. Top Features , Highly Recommended

- Thumbnails show inaccurate information!

Thumbnails will change automatically to different ones, either old visited website thumbnails or even from incognito tabs in normal browsing mode, can’t trust this browser in terms of privacy, wish if it was free of excessive bugs..

- Cannot download files

I can view but not download files (e.g. PDF, JPG, DOCX, etc). This seems like a major oversight. At the very least there should be a way to save files to OneDrive. Other browsers like Chrome or Safari are able to download files to the device or to cloud services.

- its still opening in mobile mode even though i set it to desktop mode

you guys still haven't fixed it! whenever i tap on a post in reddit, it opens up in the mobile version. i want it to open up in the desktop version. (i have set everything in the settings for desktop mode but its still opening in mobile mode)

- Not compatible with Bing Maps

Edge has quickly become my primary browser, but Microsoft Bing Maps gives an error that this isn’t a supported browser which is silly.

- Pleasantly surprised

I’ve ignored edge for years, but dude, it’s way faster than chrome now. If you’ve been avoiding edge and constantly brushing off the notifications asking to make edge your default browser, just give it a chance. It’s now my go-to browser. I love it. There’s even extensions now... There’s no reason you shouldn’t try it in 2020. 10/10 would browse. I’m not sure if extensions are on the iPhone X, since I just bought it - but on Windows it’s my ideal browser now. If only third-party developers would realize that and start porting over extensions like they do for Firefox and chrome, life would be great! As far as Microsoft is concerned, though, Edge is awesome now. Long gone are the days of internet explorer, lol. Try Edge. Seriously.

- Great browser but could use update

Great for everything except that it could updated make it better for IPad OS. Also, it would be nice if we could open a multitask of it with another copy of itself

- Love Edge

Design is clean and great functionality. My go-to browser.

- Just get Firefox

Honestly it’s not bad for basic functions, but it’s disorganized and way harder to adjust things than on their pc version

- Good App...One bug

I can’t copy a site link and paste into another app like notes or word. Weird.

- No good yet

While signed in it stops asking sign out and does not shut up at all. Junk.

- Very fast

Microsoft bottle, Macintosh glass, I don’t give a dam. No but seriously great app

- It’s average

Doesn’t support magic keyboard gestures at all like back and forward, while every other browser on iOS does. Sync support isn’t end to end encrypted so its pretty privacy invasive as well.

- Slick

Really liking it so far and nice to use something other than Chrome even though there are similarities however Edge gels nice with W10

- Edge is great for when you are trying to leave apples

Are you fedup with Appstore drama, did you buy a Windows PC to help leave Apple, then switching to edge is a great start to ending the relationship with Cupertino.

- Boff

incomplet lent bug SCAP et incompatible avec iso12 plus grand chose est compatible avec iso12 apple SCRAP plante pas sécurisé ect va sur Twitter et edge dit pas sécurisé et bien d’autres sites

- Keeps crashing my iPhone on iOS 14.0.1

My iPhone keeps freezing on websites and then crashing and restarting.. only with Edge and it didn’t do it on iOS 14, just iOS 14.0.1. Sucks. I can’t use it anymore.

- Very very fast with great user interface

Best browser app.

- Keeps crashing

I can’t save photos from selections, even at all.

- I use it every day.

I like this browser, quick and sync on my PC.

- Desktop browsing on iPad is the worst

Not even real desktop browsing. Trying to find a new browser.

- everyday updates

I have this lothe this all Microsoft apps windows system. Getting irritating because of

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- A Beautiful Information Portal

I was among the first few people to try out Edge on iOS way back in 2017 and though it had potential it was not yet ready for daily use. I downloaded Edge again two weeks ago out of frustration with the choices out there. Much has changed and for the better, too. The stability issues have been ironed out and the user interface is absolutely gorgeous. Rather than a little square button you push to get online Edge is a portal through which you access the world.

- Good Try

I’ve been a (sometimes shamed) fan of Google Chrome since 2010 or so. Decided to Edge a serious try this year. Switched to using it as my default browser everywhere (W10, macOS, iPad and iPhone). Overall experience is mixed. Yeah, it’s fast and uses less RAM than Chrome, but it also just didn’t work on a lot of websites. I kept having to jump back to Chrome. Also, initially, getting logged into my Microsoft account on my iOS devices was impossible, as it kept trying to use a old (and years defunct) work Outlook login. That was eventually fixed. On the RAM issue: I found it no better than Chrome with the Great Suspender extension. Even with the same extension installed in Edge (most of my Chrome extensions worked okay, if sometimes funky). My experiment came to an end when Edge on my iPhone crashed, and lost *all* my open tabs. In all my years of using Safari, Chrome, and Firefox on my various iPhones, that has never happened. Immediately switched back to Chrome. Maybe I’ll try Edge in another year or so.

- Cause Everyone else hates it

Granted everyone gives me crap for using this app cause they all seem to believe it is incomparable to Safari and Google and so on, however this just isn’t true. Granted edge used to be awful in comparison, but now it works wonders! And best of all no one else uses it as much it seems so I enjoy this little seemingly unknown privilege. The only thing I do have to say is I wish that I could somehow change this to my go to search engine for my iPhone, which is more on Apple than Microsoft, but nonetheless it should be noted.

- Crashed my phone multiple times in iPhone 11 Pro

If you have open tabs, which you will if you use a browser, and you want to navigate to previous pages in those tabs, then the app will consistently freeze up. If you don’t close the app quickly after that, it will crash the phone. This is on an iPhone 11 Pro, so I’m guessing that it is an instant reboot on older phones. I’m wondering if Apple still has a quality process on apps that are submitted. I think I got a response from the developer, but I can’t see it anywhere. The app appears to have an issue with tabs that stay open for extended periods. It will lose the history for those tabs and then eventually crash when it has used all available phone resources.

- Goodbye Chrome!

As a devout Chrome user for a LONG time (on both my PC and phone), and someone who was not happy with other Microsoft browsers, I was hesitant. I downloaded the new Beta version on my laptop, and after adjusting the settings, was/am so happy with it that I downloaded this app. Very pleased with it so far, and it syncs with my laptop flawlessly. There’s a bit of adjustment, and a learning curve in making the switch, but once that’s done, it’s great. Completely imported all of my Chrome data without any issues. So far, so good.

- Please share your browsing history

Microsoft has lost their minds. Ignore the obvious 5 star reviews by their army of employees. This browser asks you to share your history with them. It’s built in. Meaning if it’s built in, at any time, whether you said you want to or not, they can download your history. ITS BUILT IN. We’re supposed to “believe” the’ll honor the toggle switch and not share?! It’s programming into the browser to share your history. Of course if you sign in then you share who you are and your browsing history. No thanks big brother Microsoft. I’ll continue to use a browser from a company that actually respect privacy and doesn't subscribe to the absolute lunacy Microsoft has embraced. This app should not exist in the iOS app store. Reporting it for Privacy Violation.

- I want to like Edge

Look I miss my windows phone and what Microsoft had going there. It all just worked. I’ve have an iPhone 8plus since it was released and had the Edge browser since I was able to get it. At first it was super fast and excellent. Then it got extremely slow. Like few seconds to load each page slow. Now after the latest update its only marginally better. I tried clearing out everything but it did not help. I tried uninstalling the app and reinstalling it. Nope same issue. Please Microsoft get this fixed or help me fix mine. It’s bad enough that I mostly use Firefox on my phone. That one is super fast and works well.

- Beats it all

I started out as a Firefox user and eventually switched to Chrome after getting Windows 10. I used Chrome for years in everything. It has extensions, everything I could want. But it was kind of a privacy risk, and I heard that Microsoft had released a new browser. I was a bit skeptical but then I heard it could run the extensions, all that stuff I wanted. Less privacy risk too. It was also available on more operating systems so I could use it on my Mac! I downloaded it and loved it. Thank you Microsoft!

- All fine, except for one thing...

This app has been pretty satisfactory, proving way faster than chrome, and with that same features. The only thing about this is that it crashes a lot. When it crashes, I have to re-open the app for it to respond again, and then, everything is gone again. This is a very big issue for logins, especially. For example, I login, and it freezes right after I login, I restart the app, and I have to login again. I login again, and it freezes again. That goes on and on, and I’m forced to use chrome.

- Edge is awesome!!!

I switched from Chrome bc I was getting weird ads as notifications from websites that I have never even visited. So I was like let’s try Edge and I did and loved it. I would recommend it to anyone, it’s easy to use like chrome is, I like the built in security and that it has collections. Oh, and the new feature they added, coupons will show up in your search tab and say how many Edge has found, instead of like how honey does interrupting your shopping with this huge pop up. I LOVE IT.

- Can be improved.

Safari style webpages view rather this tiles view. Making an option to remove every residue of webpage once close. Do not let any webpage run in background and juice data and battery. Microsoft can build its own Adblock for better data safety and privacy of users. Making it such a way that if property management who provide free WiFi but have trackers can be disabled. Something like Firefox’s encryption at ISP level so no free WiFi can see your info data or details. Only when there is need for the law or other serious use not by these greedy internet providers. Many crypto related website misuse users privacy by planting cache. Why not let them work without any residue left in phone. They cannot have access to anything on phone except what they are build for. Many websites after adding all this just stop working or don’t load then there can be a way to force them by reducing their engagement with users or forcing them to respect privacy and users data.

- Fix syncing

Microsoft, great job with Edge. It is my default on desktop and mobile. Love this browser. One request, get syncing working (full sync functionality) for work, school (Office 365) and home accounts. This should have been enabled on launch. But I still love you. Favorites and tabs should have been a given to be working out of the box. I’m sure this is a priority for Microsoft as well and I would rather have it working 100% than half baked. Keep up the great work. I ditched junky Google and glad I did.

- Great overall

It's a great browser. Very aesthetically pleasing and straightforward. The integration with Windows 10 is also fantastic. I have one, small complaint though: the save photo (and the long press menu generally) often lags and won't show up. Also, I question the legitimacy of the NewsGuard plugin as it gives sketchy news sites that have been caught in fake news multiple times, like Buzzfeed, the green light. This is just a personal take, however, and does not affect my star rating.

- I was a die hard Chrome user..

Like i said “i was” Edge changed all that. For the first time ever since Netscape and Internet Explorer, im using a Microsoft browser. This is hands down the best browser i have ever used, for many reason, speed,being one of them and the overall functionality with state of the art smoothness and looks. I also love the ‘Read aloud’ option. Edge is now my main browser on my all my PC’s and smartphones. Well done Microsoft, well done 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 Thank you😄

- Fast but doesn’t quite work well with others

I use lastpass to manage my passwords. I don’t want to tie my passwords to any browser. Unfortunately, it appears that edge doesn’t work with lastpass. I tried to have it fill in the user name and passwords of sites and lastpass can’t find the url that edge apparently passes to it and therefore, can’t find the user name or password. So, for the most part this makes it less useable for me which means I’ll continue to use other browsers instead. I haven’t tried it with other apps or printer since I don’t plan to use it anymore. Lastpass works fine with chrome or safari

- Best browser on iOS. Can't wait for the Chromium powered desktop version

This is the best browser available for iOS. Even better than Chrome. It's so good that I have actually switched to using Edge on desktop even though the desktop version is far less capable than Chrome/Firefox. I'm willing to put up with that in order to use this mobile browser, and that's saying a lot. Needless to say I'm very happy to hear about the Chromium version for desktop coming soon.

- Matured Web Browser

As time goes on, Microsoft slowly but surely adapted to what’s been happening to Internet users these days. Once they gave up Internet Explorer and started to find a new place with Edge, it didn’t look up at first. But now it’s gotten better as they cater to what matters most to Internet users. Now I can share the websites I visit between devices using my Microsoft account. Performance and compatibility is no longer an issue when they started using Chromium.

- Back button crashes iphone

Hitting the back button after browsing to a page from a link crashes the app so hard it actually crashes iOS and reboots my phone. Every time. Has happened for years with multiple iterations of the browser, multiple versions of iOS, and even two different phones. I actually do use Edge on my laptop, but if you can’t use the back button then it is useless as a mobile browser. Given how long this has been a problem, and the severity of the crash, I’m stunned it hasn’t been fixed. I’m actually stunned that Apple continues to allow it in the App Store given that when it crashes it takes the whole OS with it and reboots the phone.

- Decent

Great browser, however there are a few performance issues when comparing to the stock browser like Safari. For example: some pages fail to load fast. While on the Safari browser they load fast. Also, when you swipe right to go “back” it takes Edge a few moments to do what it is being told. The biggest thing for me is. When I open edge and try to do a quick search. The logo takes time. Not a lot of time, but a noticeable amount when comparing to how quick you can open Safari and start a search. Hopefully, these will be addressed.

- The unequivocal hegemonic Edge engineered and pioneered by Microsoft

No doubt that this is the finest, fastest, smartest browser ever created that also puts you in charge of its special operational capabilities / it’s the “Brave New World” Browser / fully aware of what and where we are in this new rules modern time. It’s trusted by the highest echelons / and gifts that to you in partnership rather than the all to frequent dictatorship of all other leading browsers, but to know that empirically it has to be experienced, so don’t delay but see this for yourself (!) Love it.

- Disable Autoplay

This browser on desktop is amazing. Long time Mac user and it was the only browser I used on my MacBook Pro. Microsoft is making such strides that I sold my MacBook Pro to pick up a Windows computer. I’ve been a Mac user for the last 20 years. I am buying the Surface Duo, first non Apple phone since I bought the 3GS. Not having the ability to disable autoplay; however, means I will be switching back to Firefox on my iPad and on the Surface Duo until it’s added to Edge mobile. With literally every other browser offering it I know it can be done. Just add it already. This app will be a 5 with it added. For me, it is unusable without it.

- Lacks security/privacy for stored passwords STILL

It’s absurd that in the “new” Edge released for the new decade we just entered that Microsoft still can’t allow users the ability to use a password/passcode or biometrics such as FaceID/TouchID to securely and privately access their passwords and card information saved in Edge. Anybody logged into this browser is at a major security and privacy risk at all times because of this and Microsoft knows this and has acknowledged this around this project but opted to instead complain it’s too hard for them to secure your private information which is simply just not true. They choose not to and there’s a reason for it

- First timer.

I am not a big fan of counter ordering and pickup. However, this experience was much different from other like restaurants. Very friendly, fast, and efficient. Counters and cooking areas were clean. Had the Smoked turkey salad. Order was ready in under a minute and wash prepared fresh. Turkey was not over smoked. I’ve had some that was too smoky and stole the flavor of the turkey. This turkey was perfect and tender. The mixed greens and veggies salad was fresh and crisp. And the selection of BBQ sauces is awesome. You will be seeing a lot of me.

- Very well laid out!

Was a great browser, works almost as great as Safari, including saving your passwords. The layout was great, as well. I was drawn in initially by the fact I could earn 2X Microsoft points just by using this app. The only reason I decided to stop using this app instead of Safari, was unfortunately you cannot change the default browser on an iPhone, so there was no way to keep the default browser from getting involved in most things.

- Back button crashed entire phone!

How are there not more people complaining about this!?! The back button is a disaster. It either stalls, taking 15-20 seconds to reload the entire page, or it crashes, shutting down not only the app but my entire phone. I was on a phone call with customer service and was put on hold. Figured I would get my Bing points. Out of habit, I swiped back and my entire phone shut down and rebooted. It obviously cut off the phone call and I missed their return call while my phone was rebooting. And this has been going on for years! The only reason I keep this junky app on my phone is for the bonus bing points. I’m seriously reconsidering it.

- .

I really wish y’all didn’t change the browser for windows because now if you go to a site and the site says “your computer has viruses on it” they can easily download a virus on your computer because when you usually get put to a site like that they would download something but with the other browser it would give you the option to confirm your download if that makes any sense

- I’m impressed!!

I kept hearing so many good things about Microsoft’s new browser so I decided to download it on all my computers. And I love it!! The interface is so clean and sleek, easy to navigate. But what really impressed me is the speed. So I download it on my iPhone and man it has really changed the way I browse. The searches are lighting fast and navigating through the setting is a breeze. All I can say is it keep it up Microsoft. It’s like Internet Explorer has came back and I’m so happy!!

- Fast and sleek.

I appreciate what Microsoft has been trying to do for their browser over the years. There have been some leaps of faith and with them a few misses. I prefer to install as few third party tools as possible as long as I can do my work efficiently and in peace. I am digging the new Edge and already use it across devices. I realize all of the engines aren’t in sync yet, but feature wise the ability to sync and pick and go without fuss is helpful. Love it.

- The best iOS browser if you also own a PC

Enjoy all the bookmark and form auto fill the Mac users do, but for your PC. iOS 14 will let you choose it as your default browser in the Settings app section for Edge. Even though Edge on the PC uses the open-source Chromium engine, Google has no ability to get your sensitive data—and Microsoft has a proven track record of upholding privacy. Edge is great for PC users that own iPhones and iPads.

- Built off chromium but different

I like the subtle differences about this opposed to Chrome. For example: how it at least states that it is privacy-focused (browsers will never truly be private), the UI is aesthetically pleasing, it has capabilities for 4k streaming (as opposed to 720 with the rest), and other nuances like showing the full url in the omnibox. I use it for Mac because I want something other than Chrome and Google’s unilateral anticompetitive spyware.

- One improvement could be made

I started using Microsoft Edge on Windows 10 after having used Google Chrome, Firefox, and Opera and I admire its features and interface over all of those. Besides, it also works better than Google Chrome and Safari on Edge. I am happy using this web browser on Windows and iOS. However, for some reason today, the save image was not function-able, can you please check and fix the problem so that I can use this lovely web browser?

- Desktop mode

I am so appreciative that not even a wk after i asked for an update for a setting to always open in desktop mode that there was an update that did just that. That is really awesome & shows care for your users. Only problem is it doesn’t work when turned on & most sites still open in mobile browser mode. Can you guys please check in to this? Thank you guys so much for such a fast update. Hope this can be looked in to & fixed. Thank you!!

- I tried.

I wanted to love this browser. On windows it runs great and Bing is fine. I just had way too many performance issues on ios to stick with it. Web pages load noticeably slower than regular chrome or especially safari. The biggest deal breaker for me was the regular keyboard lag when entering text into the search bar or form fields on pages. It will just hang for a couple of seconds. Really frustrating to deal with on a regular basis. So for now it's back to safari on my iPhone and chrome on everything else.

- Not good on iOS

The only reason to use this browser if you have an iPhone is if you are wanting the “edge bonus” for collecting Microsoft rewards points. Otherwise it gets infuriating as the pages get hung up and it takes 15-60 seconds for the next page to load even on high speed Wi-Fi I did a trial of 10 Bing searches done on Edge vs Safari vs Chrome and while safari and Chrome came in equally quick...I was still going 2 minutes later on Edge. It’s a shame because it looks nice and other necessary features you’d expect from browsers are all present. It’s just slow as molasses.

- The Homeless

I love to learn new things , lately I’ve been learning so much !!!! It’s almost like it’s not real ! My wife doesn’t believe me , my kid look at me like I’m crazy :( , But I thank God first for every new tale t I discover daily ! And of course after that , I thank my 2 moms , after that I thank my wif cuz I still love you !! I just wish you could believe in me a little more !!! And my kids thank you !! You donot come last when it comes to give !!!! I love you allll

- Microsoft Edge is Soo Much Better In Soo Many Ways

I actually think I got viruses on my laptop from searching Using (“GOOGLE”) Shocked the Heck Outta Mee!! BOTTOM LINE______________________________ MICROSOFT EDGE/BING-Versus-GOOGLE Just Depends On What device Your Using and Personal Preference BUT ULTIMATELY MICROSOFT EDGE & even BING Are BOTH MADE TO BE USED WITH APPLE, WINDOWS, and Of Course MICROSOFT DEVICES!! BING EVEN OFFERS REWARDS JUST FOR SEARCHING ON THEIR SITE! Though I Will Say I Have NEVER Received Any such Reward for searching or taking any of their quizzes to earn the necessary points so not so sure about “bing”

- Meh, it’s okay.

I loved how fast the Edge browser was in Windows 10, and I had high hopes for the iOS version, but it didn’t translate very well. First thing you notice missing is 3D Touch, which is fantastic in Safari. The 2nd really annoying thing is if you swipe to go back, half the time the screen turns grey with a black arrow, and you have to wait for the page to load again, even if it’s just search results. While the first one is purely annoying, the send issue is infuriating. Hopefully this can be the same blazing fast experience I remember from Windows, but I’m not holding my breath.

- Pseudo Censorship?

The new addition of the news rating feature is almost as bad as censorship. Most Liberal and Alt-left news sites are given a green flag (Huffington Post, The Guardian, Buzzfeed to name just a few) while more than just a few of Conservative News Sites, not just Alt-right are given a red flag. It seems most establishment news sites are given a pass while sites like the Drudge Report, Breitbart, LifeSite News are given the thumbs down. It should be up to the user to make these choices, not Neo-Conservatives and liberal pundits sitting behind some fancy desk. Free speech should never be limited in the United States, not now, not ever. Best to leave this feature off and decide for yourselves.

- It's gotten much better!

This has pretty much everything one needs to enjoy a unified experience across phone, tablet, and desktop. This app went from being very rudimentary to being my main browser on iOS very quickly. I love that I can send pages from phone or tablet to my desktop. I also love the tablet version that makes good use of screen real estate. Bookmarks sync across devices, so do passwords. This is really convenient. I'm loving this app. Thank you, Microsoft!

- No continue on PC using work account

I really like this browser and want to use Edge across all my devices, but the main feature, continue on PC, apparently does not work if you are signed in with a work or school account. My Microsoft account is for my business that I own, but using this account I am unable to use the continue on PC feature. Also with a work account, favorites do not sync, but I know that the issue with the favorites syncing is supposed to be fixed soon. I just hope they will fix and allow Continue on PC to work for work or school accounts as well.

- Looking to switch from Safari

Loving the “New Edge” so far. It’s super snappy and looks great. My only gripe(and I may be missing it) is the tabs not syncing between my devices. I have an iPad Pro, iPhone, and Dell XPS. I want the ability to open a tab on my iPhone and continue where I left off if I switch to my iPad. Google Chrome has this functionality so I know it’s possible. Safari does this as well. Thanks in advance for your assistance. *I’ll up this to 5 if/when that’s fixed.

- Unexpected surprise

As someone who gave up on IE a long time ago, I decided to try edge on ios out of curiosity. I was taken back by how much better it was than safari in terms of layout and speed. The review is 4.5 stars, I had one instance of a webpage not rendering properly but a refresh fixed that. I am however looking forward to updates and seeing where this goes, the app convinced me to give edge on windows another try!

- Unexpectedly awesome app

I never expected this from edge but it really superseded my expectations. The UX is great. The browser is fast and clean. I have given 5 stars. The only issue i find when i use edge is I need a browser which i can use on my PC as well. And i prefer chrome for my PC. If edge for PC is better, i would definitely switch from chrome/safari. Still this browser has found a place in my cellphone. Great job developers !!

- Works Great, loving the experience so far!!

When edge first came out I loved the features it just didn’t work with all sites. Now it has been working great on all the websites I have been on. Just started using it again about 2-months ago and I have not ran into any issues so far and I can now use the features like draw etc which has been something I could have been using for years.

- Wish this much effort was on WP

This app is amazing, even though it (and other browsers) uses apple webkit to be able to open web pages. I just hate though that Microsoft didn't have this much effort with Microsoft edge on Windows 10 mobile. We should have had the start page with the MSN feed. I mean there is so many apps that are missing key features from Windows Phone it's just sad. Even with me being a Windows Developer. Keep killing your selves with supporting the enemy. 🤣🤣🤣😭

- It’s good, but not great

I like it, in general. The speed is better than Chrome or Safari, and it lags less which is a nice surprise since I’m on a 5s. It’s missing a lot of the features I like about the desktop version though. You can send pages from phone to PC, but not PC to phone. The reading list is sort of a workaround, but ehhhh. I also use the set aside tabs feature a lot, and was bummed to realize I couldn’t access what I’d already put aside & couldn’t set aside new things. Overall, it’s a good start but needs more features.

- DON’T GET MICROSOFT! (for small businesses)

This app is absolutely useless, ever since their last update they no longer allow downloads, so you can’t download ANYTHING, not PDFs or videos or books nothing. It makes no sense why would they do this? In this day and age does Microsoft think people are just downloading their app for bing?? I use Microsoft browser because it use to integrate better with government websites. And I could download PDFs from any .gov website like the IRS or CDC or USCIS or download & email myself USPS post office pre paid shipping labels NOT because I use bing. And now all those features are gone. If you own a small business DO NOT use Microsoft Edge they are useless now.

- Almost there...

I have used Google Chrome for years. When I found out Microsoft had redesigned Edge to use the same engine, I decided to give it a look. I’m glad I did! On Windows, it is better integrated into the OS and gives me greater control over my daughter’s experience. The only flaw I have found is on iOS, it doesn’t fill in my username/passwords as I would expect and it does on Windows. Just need to get that fixed and I’ll update my review to 5 stars.

- Needs a Homepage option

This is an ok browser, I’m honestly only using it to get the Edge bonus for Microsoft Rewards but it’s a perfectly good browser nonetheless. The only thing that lets it down is a lack of an option to set a homepage. When I open a browser I like to open to a search page, in this case it will be Bing. Echoing the comments of others, I would like to ask that you add this option to a future update. Browser is good, it could be great.

- Has potential, but....

Once again, i’m still waiting for Microsoft to use all of the potential they have available. Bring ALL of edge’s features (like writing and highlighting on pages), and get the ipad version working, and you could actually beat out the other browsers. I’ll give the app 5 stars if these two things are updated. Also, i’m pretty sure my General Manager will be excited about being able to send pages from his iphone to his surface, and being able to sign PDF’s right in the browser.

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