The latest Microsoft Edge Beta for Android now allows you to sync all search histories and tabs to the desktop version of Microsoft Edge on Windows 10.
According to Windows Central, the added sync options appeared in the latest Edge beta version 18.104.22.16818, which looks as if it is the first version with the ability to sync your search history across your Android device and Windows 10 computer or laptop However it doesn’t look like the option is available to everyone, suggesting that this could be a limited A / B test before a wider launch in any future.
If you didn’t already know, Microsoft Edge already allows you to sync tons of data and content across your Android and desktop devices including bookmarks, passwords, and automatically fill out forms. You can also send any open websites from your Android to a computer, which however is a solid way to pick up where you left off.
By opening the “Sync to” page on your Android phone, you’ll expand options for syncing more data including Favorites, Open Tabs, Form Folder, Password, Collections, and History data. There is an option for Payments, but the option does not look like it is still available.
We’re not entirely sure how much of this sync option is available for Android users of Microsoft Edge. Obviously, you’re connected to one browser across devices, but considering the added features, you probably won’t have any problems. Be sure to let us know in the comments section below if you see the option on your device.
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