Earlier this month, Microsoft's Chromium-based Edge previews went live for everyone on Windows 10 only. However, the full set of unique features of Edge is yet to be brought over to the new version of that browser.
Now, Microsoft says it is working on adding new capabilities to Edge for Android that will allow users to sync more content and data with the new Edge on PCs. The software giant promises to roll out those capabilities in the coming months, which will let people sync their passwords, auto-fill, open tabs, and more across their mobile devices and PCs.
Additionally, the software giant also plans to introduce favorites syncing between Chromium Edge and Edge for iOS soon.
Already, the Edge beta app for Android allows users to sync their favorites with the Chromium-powered Edge preview. Keep in mind that you will need to switch to Edge's Insider channels on the Android app in order to enable content syncing. You will also need to sign in with your Microsoft account to do that. Once done, you can view the synced content on your PC in the mobile favorites folder.
Source: Windows Latest