There are plenty of browsers available on Android, but Microsoft Edge was surprisingly announced for Google’s mobile platform back in October. Edge for Android incorporates features like Continue on PC, Favorites, Reading List and Reading View. Edge for Android is also very snappy, which is due to its use of Chrome’s Blink engine.
The Microsoft Edge beta version today received a new update that brings support for web page translation. Microsoft is testing this new feature with the beta testers and the automatic translation would work when users load a website in a different language.
The feature lets you translate web pages that are in a different language than the one configured on the device and it can be disabled from the settings menu in the browser. The update also includes performance improvements to make the app more responsive and faster.
You can now see mobile browser activity on your PC’s timeline and securely access intranet sites from home. It’s worth noting that these improvements are currently available for beta users and if no major bug is discovered, the public release should happen shortly.
Personally, I’ve found Edge for Android to be very fast and you can find out for yourself by giving Microsoft’s browser a download through the Play Store.