While Google Chrome might be the most popular mobile browser on Android-powered smartphones, this doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s also the best one. Truth be told, Google Chrome is pre-installed on Android-powered smartphones and this is why its popularity is so high. However, if we take another browser such as Microsoft’s Edge we will see that it comes with a bunch of cool features that Google Chrome lacks. For example, Edge is equipped with a built-in adblocker that keeps at bay all unwanted adds.
Another great thing about Edge is that since Microsoft is the company that is directly in charge of it, then no one should be surprised to find out that Edge is updated on a daily basis. After all, Microsoft is one of the world’s biggest software companies. Nonetheless, this is also why it’s a great idea to join to beta program of Edge.
Microsoft Edge 184.108.40.20619 Beta Update
As previously mentioned, Microsoft is updating Edge on a daily basis with software improvements and all other types of bug fixes. With that said, Edge fans who are enrolled in the beta program of the mobile browser should be happy to find out that a brand-new update which sports the 220.127.116.1119 beta version number has arrived.
The new update weighs in at 79.11MB and it is targeted towards smartphones that are running on Google’s latest Android 9.0 Pie. Luckily, the update can also be installed on smartphones that are running on a minimum of Android 4.4 KitKat operating system.
“Thanks for using Microsoft Edge! Picture-in-Picture mode is available with this update (on devices with Android 8.0 and above). This release also includes general bug fixes and performance improvements,” said the developers of the mobile browser in the patch notes.
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