Microsoft brought its Edge browser to iOS back in November of 2017, but the app’s UI featured no optimizations for iPads. In February, Microsoft announced that it would soon begin testing a retailored interface for Edge on iOS
Microsoft has pushed out an update for the Edge iPad to their beta testers. The update takes the software from version 41.10.1 (10.1.0) to version 41.12 (12.0.0) and brings along the following improvements:
- Support for the iPad experience
- Improve the user sign in/sign out experience
- Performance improvements
Edge for iOS uses the native iOS rendering engine but offers features such as access to your Edge bookmarks and synced passwords, and the ability to easily push a web page to your desktop via the Continue on your PC feature.
The update (and Edge for iPad itself) is now only available to beta users but will presumably be coming to all pretty soon.
If you’re a Microsoft Edge on iOS tester you can download the preview immediately from TestFlight. For everyone else, the main Edge for iOS should be updated with iPad support in the coming months