Microsoft Edge

Microsoft Edge

By Microsoft Corporation

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2017-11-30
  • Current Version: 45.2.16
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 165.06 MB
  • Developer: Microsoft Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.57526
From 36,220 Ratings


Introducing the new Microsoft Edge. It’s time to expect more. More privacy. More control. More productivity. More value. Browse anywhere with one continuous experience from your phone to your computer and other signed-in devices.Microsoft Edge gives you the tools to protect yourprivacy onlinewith features liketracking prevention, AdBlock Plus, and InPrivate mode. 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 browser you’ll ever need.    The new Microsoft Edge features:     A more personalized browsing experience  • Your favorites, passwords, and other saved data are securely synced across your devices.    Take control of your data  • New! Tracking prevention blocks trackers from sites you aren’t accessing directly.This is enabled by default, so you don’t have to take any action to start having a more private browsing experience.    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 all your InPrivate tabs.    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.*    Redesigned navigation helps you get to your Favorites, Reading list, and more in fewer taps.    *This shopping feature currently is only available in the United States.   



  • Wow

    By Jwg38
    They think of everything
  • I use it on PC

    By Jtaran
    Like it. Just wish I could get dark mode for webpages like I can on my PC.
  • Edge just can’t stack up against its competition.

    By Wolf icefang
    Edge (insider) on desktop is actually really good now, and Edge for Android is stupendously impressive. Unfortunately, Edge on iOS just can’t compete against the unimaginably well-made Safari app. Why is this? Well, first, I think this version of the app got the short end of the stick. Animations are broken, missing or poorly timed. User feedback is limited to 500 characters per message. Bugs exist where there should be none. However, the challenges for Edge are far deeper than that: The built in Safari app is just too steep a mountain to climb. What are Edge’s natural strengths? Well, it has speech to text! Unfortunately, iOS has had an excellent system-wide speech to text system for years now. Well, edge has the Edge Hub! It combines favorites (bookmarks), history, and more into one convenient side panel! Again, Safari beat them to the punch. And then Safari went further beyond. Edge can’t run multiple instances for multitasking; Safari is deeply integrated with the feature. Edge has speech recognition, but that was already built into the Apple keyboard. Safari can instantly activate an “inking on webpages” mode, which edge does not. Safari has a share menu with quick actions, an ingenious tool that Edge does not have. The capstone to all of this is Safari’s fluid animations, which edge completely lacks. While pinch to switch tabs is an effortless motion in Safari, Edge can’t even get the order of tabs in their grid correct. yes, there are reasons to use edge instead of Safari. Edge on iPad can sync to edge on the desktop and edge for Android, which are top of their class apps for their respective systems. Additionally, edge has a fully fledged, “desktop-class” settings page with a focus on security and privacy. This earns the app 2 stars instead of 1. However, the bottom line is, Edge for iOS is the worst version of Edge available, and it’s up against one of the best browsers for any system. Could edge improve? Yes, if Microsoft put tons of money, developers, resources, and a Herculean effort towards the project. I’m keeping Edge on my iPad to see if that’s going to happen. But for now, Edge is just a way to get my saved favorites (bookmarks) into Safari.
  • No Customization

    By MoabEZ
    A huge reason Chrome is so popular is because of its customizability. The new Edge doesn't even let you set Google as your main Search Engine! As most people know, Bing is less than ideal, so I'd love to be able to remove it from my default. The base aesthetics of the new Edge are quite good though, but it's ruined by everything else. However, if you love Bing for some reason, this is the app for you.
  • No Favorites Toolbar on IOS

    By Br15527
    For IOS Safari is the only browser that comes close to the way browsers look on larger screens.
  • Save Picture broken in 45.2.10

    By Seattlest1
    Recent update to Edge changed the buttons that come up when you long press on a picture, and now Save Picture does not work as Edge uses some cached version of the picture and not the picture you are currently looking at.
  • Said

    By tienosama
    Lumia 950/950XL not download
  • 😂

    By OrlandoPalacioOrtiz02
  • Dog-ugly; places FB into favorites

    By drjwr
    iPhone and iPad versions are ugly, slow, and with the current update have the gall to put Facebook as a favorite, even if you don’t have FB, don’t use FB, and despise Zuckerberg and his Cambridge Analytica lies. The Mac version of the new Edge, however, is lightening-fast, has excellent privacy settings, and is gorgeous. Go figure.
  • Crashing

    By P@ Wylie
    The last two updates unfortunately are causing the app to force close every time it’s opened.