Microsoft Edge for iOS Update Brings Support For Siri Shortcuts

Microsoft wants to make its Edge browser more competitive than ever. Focusing on that matter, the latest Microsoft Edge update rolled out on iOS with support for Siri Shortcuts. Also, the new version of the Microsoft browser for iOS brings with some bug fixes along with improved stability.

Microsoft Edge Wants to Compete with Renowned Browsers like Chrome, Firefox, and Safari

Microsoft Edge for iOS is an advanced browser that also integrates the continuous navigation functionality of Windows 10 PC on iPhone and iPad devices. That means that the content and data are synchronized in the background, and you can find on the iPhone the tabs open on the PC and vice versa.

The application also allows you to better organize the various Web contents in order to find them quickly and easily. Microsoft Edge for iOS synchronizes all data with the Windows 10 browser, such as bookmarks, passwords, history, playlists, open tabs, and so on.

The Microsoft Edge for iOS browser app also includes a QR code reader, which is activated by clicking on the appropriate button, as well as a voice command search tool.

New Microsoft Edge for iOS Comes Out With Support for Siri Shortcuts

The new Microsoft Edge for iOS update allows you to open the browser directly from the lock screen using the Siri shortcuts. In addition to that, you can now hold down the bottom bar buttons to display quick actions, use the screen browser widgets to access quick actions menu and favorite sites.

Every time when you reopen the Microsoft Edge for iOS, you can choose to continue from where you remained or start over with a new tab.

Besides, the new Microsoft Edge for iOS also fixes some bugs and add some security enhancements to improve the stability of the app. You can download Microsoft Edge for free from the iOS App Store.

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