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Microsoft has added a grayed out toggle in Edge Canary for Android that will allow users to require a pin or fingerprint if autofill wants to use stored details for logging into websites or apps.
Today, a Canary version of Microsoft's Edge browser appeared on the Play Store, bringing the browser up to par with the desktop version. Here are some of the changes from the stable release.
Microsoft says that Edge for Android and iOS will move to a common Chromium codebase, with that of the desktop version, bringing feature parity across platforms. Mobile betas are coming soon.
Microsoft is serving a banner in Settings on the desktop version of Chromium Edge urging users to download the mobile version of the browser and turn on history sync for cross-device experiences.
Microsoft appears to be rolling out history and open tab syncing for Edge users on Android. The feature is currently available to some Edge Insiders on desktop, but is yet to be broadly available.
Microsoft is testing a new look for its Edge browser on Android devices, completely doing away with the list-like ellipsis menu and opting for rounded edges. The new design is in A/B testing.
A new version of Microsoft's browser for mobile devices is rolling out to beta testers, introducing the ability to view inked notes in PDF books, a feature notably absent from the last update.
Microsoft is bringing the features from the latest beta version of Edge for Android to all of its users, including the ability to see book annotations and receive breaking news alerts.
Microsoft continues delivering updates to its apps on mobile platforms, and Microsoft Edge beta testers on Android are now getting the ability to translate web pages right from the browser.
Microsoft is finally adding the much-requested feature to its Edge browser on Android, powered by Adblock Plus. The feature is gradually rolling out to beta testers starting today.
Microsoft has rolled out an update to Edge for Android, bumping the browser to version 22.214.171.1246. This update introduces a couple of changes, including additions to the newsfeed for New Tab.
Microsoft Edge for Android has been updated to version 126.96.36.1992. This update brings new features such as support for Android 8 adaptive icons, and a new reading mode experience, among other changes.