After its launch on the iPhone, Microsoft announced last month that the browser Microsoft Edge special will be released soon also on tablets and iPad. The good news is that it looks like we’re getting close to seeing the final version of the browser Microsoft Edge revelation of the iPad because the beta version of this browser now available for download if you are part of a pilot program for the company.
In order to be selected to be one of the testers, you may need to subscribe with Microsoft as a tester, and then you will be able to download the beta version of the browser Microsoft Edge via the Apple TestFlight, a place where developers can launch beta versions of their apps to allow users through the test before its official launch on the iTunes store the App Store. Say that if it wasn’t one of the testers, don’t worry because it won’t take a lot of time before we see the final version of the browser Microsoft Edge revelation of the iPad makes its way to the iTunes store the App Store.
It is reported that the version of iPad from the browser Microsoft Edge is quite similar to copy iPhone from the same browser, although it is designed to copy iPad to work perfect on the large screen of the revelation of the iPad. However, it should be noted that there are some features that are still not supported in version iPad of browser Microsoft Edge, such as split-screen feature for multitasking, so if you are someone planning to use your iPad as an alternative laptop, you might browser the Microsoft Edge is not appropriate for you now.
There is no sync sound so far, although Microsoft promised to provide this feature, so maybe will be part of the final version of the browser Microsoft Edge revelation and iPad. However, the basic features such as the ability to start from where you left off, such as pay content from the iPad to the personal computer are now no longer part of the beta version, along with the themes of the day and night.
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