Microsoft Edge is a browser that is advancing at a good pace in Spain, also in its version for Android. The new beta of the browser on Android is now official, and as usual, it leaves us with a series of new features in it. The main novelty that they leave us is the synchronization of tabs and history with the Windows 10 version of the browser.
The browser already had the possibility to synchronize data and content between its version on Android and Windows 10, only now the options that are available are expanded. This is something that users on Microsoft Edge beta 188.8.131.5218 can enjoy now.
Microsoft Edge may finally be the only web browser you needMicrosoft Edge has been a great alternative since the launch of Windows 10, but since the launch of the latest version it is much more worth it.
Microsoft Edge gives more synchronization options with Windows 10
These new synchronization options with Windows 10 have started to show in beta 184.108.40.20618 of Microsoft Edge for Android. Although so far few users find these options. Users in the browser will now be able to sync search history and all tabs between the phone and the computer.
When you now enter the Synchronization section we find new options. The browser allows users to sync bookmarks, open tabs, passwords, collections, history, or auto-fill forms, for example. In addition, there is an option on payments, although it is not currently available in this beta.
These functions are rolling out among users with beta 220.127.116.1118 Microsoft Edge on Android, waiting to be released in stable versions of the browser shortly. At the moment it seems that Microsoft is testing these functions, before its general launch in the Android version.
If you already have this beta of the browser installed on your Android mobile, then it is likely that you will find these new options in the Synchronization section in its settings. For those who use its stable version, surely these new options will be made available to all users shortly.
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