RSS Feeds

Receive a regular RSS feed from our latest, most popular and recommended downloads

Latest downloads feed

Get a regular RSS from our most latest downloads

Most popular downloads feed

Get a regular RSS from our most popular downloads

Recommended downloads feed

Get a regular RSS from our recommended downloads


Subscribe to either one of our two newsletters for regular updates and information

Downloads newsletter

This is a weekly newsletter with download news, updates and other information

This is a monthly newsletter with software store information, offers and deals

Microsoft Edge for iOS 1.0

Microsoft brings its Windows 10 web browser to your phone

by Chris Wiles

Our Rating:
Your Rating:
Login to rate
Based on 0 ratings
License: Freeware
Operating Systems: iPad, iPhone

Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
Software Cost: Free
Date Updated: 01 December 2017
Watchlist: Add download to my watchlist
Downloads To Date: 59
Developer: Microsoft
RSS News Feed:
Buy Malwarebytes 3.0 Premium with a 1-PC license for only $29.99, saving 50% from
Microsoft Edge for iOS 1.0
Microsoft brings its Windows 10 web browser to your phone

Microsoft's Edge has morphed into an impressive web browser and is our browser of choice for Windows 10.

However, one of the biggest issues with using any web browser is that we want to share the content we find as we browse the web, with other devices. We want our passwords across our devices. How often to do you save a page to your bookmarks, or leave a tab open which you want to reference later? With Safari Cloud Tabs you can easily see the opened tabs on other devices, on your Mac. This makes it really easy to continue your browsing on your Mac, from a tab on your iPad.

With this in mind, Microsoft has released it needs an iOS version of its Edge browser. The main of this is to enable iPhone users to share content with their Windows 10 PC. As an example, if you find and save an interesting website on your iPhone, the "Continue on PC" feature will push the same content to your Windows 10 PC.

As you would expect, Edge for iOS also synchronise your desktop data, so you'll find your bookmarks, passwords and reading list. You can also set any search engine on Edge for iOS, from Bing, Google through to Yahoo.

There are minor caveats though. As Edge uses Apple's WebKit as it's engine (as must all third-party browsers on iOS), Edge for iOS lacks Cortana and the desktop's ad-blocker. Sadly, another iOS restriction stops Edge from becoming your default browser on your iPad or iPhone.


Very decent attempt to bring Edge to your iOS device, enabling you to seamlessly move between your iPhone and Edge on your Windows 10 PC.

Your Comments & Opinion
Related Download Articles
Microsoft Edge for Android 1.0

Microsoft Edge for Android 1.0


Microsoft brings its Windows 10 web browser to your phone

Firefox for iOS 10

Firefox for iOS 10.2

Open Source

It's Firefox for your iPhone or iPad

Numbers for iOS

Numbers for iOS 3.1.1

No Trial Available. Purchase Only

A powerful spreadsheet from Apple that can be used on all iOS devices


Cyberspace 2.0

No Trial Available. Purchase Only

Get more from the internet with this iOS web browser.

Other Download Articles From This Category
Maxthon Cloud Browser



An interesting browser with a lengthy feature list

Firefox 60 beta 4

Firefox 60 Beta 4

Open Source

Check out the next version of Firefox before it's released

Firefox Extended Support Release 52.7.1

Mozilla Firefox ESR 52.7.2

Open Source

Tired of Firefox's rapid release schedule breaking extensions? Firefox ESR is here to help


NetDrive 3.4.393

Free, for personal-use only

Access remote storage locations through Explorer just like a local hard drive

Our Price: $19.95
RRP: $49.99
Saving 60%
Buy Now
Offer Ends In:

Spotlight: Free Full Software

WhatsApp Messenger 2.18.31

Free Full Commercial Software

WhatsApp Messenger is the world's most popular instant messaging app for smartphones.

You can use it to send and receive text and voice messages, photos, videos, even call your friends in other countries, and because it uses your phone's internet connection it might not cost you anything at all (depending on whether you'll pay data charges).

It's easy to set up and use. There's no need to create and remember new account names or pins because it works with your phone number, and uses your regular address book to find and connect you with friends who use WhatsApp already.

You can talk one-to-one or in group chats, and because you're always logged in there's no way to miss messages. Even if your phone is turned off, WhatsApp will save your messages and display them as soon as you're back online.

There's plenty more (location sharing, contact exchange, message broadcasting) and the app is free for a year, currently $0.99/ year afterwards.

What's New in Version 2.18.30

- Bug fixes