Microsoft Launcher for Android is now rolling out to all users


For now, according to Softpedia, the Android version of the Edge browser is still in preview, but is available for download.

Data Sync: Your favorites and reading list are synced across your devices, so no matter the device, your browser is always personalized to you.

Last week we told you about Microsoft's announcement and their plans to make their Microsoft Edge browser available on the iOS and Android mobile platforms.

This style of sharing is all part of Microsoft's push to build an ecosystem around your Windows 10 devices that can easily include Android and iOS mobile devices for cross platform/device sharing. What that means again is that you might come across bugs and instability that could affect its performance. But for now this will work only for those who have Fall creators update on their computer. After all, the biggest value proposition to having Edge on your mobile phone is a continuous experience across devices, including picking up where you left off on your PC, syncing bookmarks, and so on.

One of the best feature about the new browser is that you can continue a webpage from your laptop or desktop. However, you need a Microsoft account used for logging in on your Android and Windows 10.

Supreme Court to deliver verdict on women entering Kerala's Sabarimala temple today
The temple, situated in the Pathanamthitta district of Kerala, restricts women aged between 10 and 50 from visiting the premises. In February, the apex court had reserved its order on referring the case to a constitution bench, Deccan Chronicle reported.

Find the app in the Play Store below.

The app is in preview, which means that more features are on the way. Microsoft announced Edge as the Internet Explorer replacement for Windows 10; effectively edging out its old browser that was a toast of millions of people back in the days.

If you have not already tried out Microsoft Launcher, you can find it now via the link below.

This is the hottest attempt by the Redmont-based company to bump up its presence across the smartphone platform- by offering its apps to Android and iOS users when Windows Phone is officially dead.