Microsoft Edge for iOS gets new design that improves one-handed use

Microsoft Edge for iOS has a new look and logo via MSPU. The redesign makes it easier to access features like search, history, and favorites. The redesign brings Microsoft Edge for iOS in line with Microsoft Edge for Android. The app's new design brings more options to the bottom of the browser, which makes it easier to access things one-handed. The menu button in the middle pops up with several options that you can customize. Here's the app's complete changelog. The Microsoft Edge beta on iOS now has a new icon that's in line with the icon Microsoft started rolling out to Edge testers on desktop in late 2019. The icon revamp comes ahead of the full launch for the new Edge on desktop on January 15. It also follows the Android beta getting a similar icon revamp earlier this week. The new Edge for desktop is set to release on January 15 after months of testing. Presumably, we'll see the new icon and navigation improvements launch for everyone on the mobile apps around the same time. Additionally, you should expect to see the ability to sync your passwords, favorites, and more with the new version of Edge once it's officially available.

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