Since the launch of the iPhone X, various developers have made their application well-matched with the much-criticized feature notch of the device. This time, Microsoft as well has joined the crowd by adjusting its app of Edge Browser for iOS to support the notch of iPhone X.
The support arrives as a fraction of the app version 41.6 for Microsoft Edge on the App Store. Below the section of “what’s new” it is cited that, “This update includes iPhone X full screen support and many bug fixes and performance tuning. We’re continuing to work hard to make this the best browser possible. Thank you for your patience!” Joe Belfiore, the vice president of the company, also tweeted, “Hey iPhone X users… Edge now supports your cool new device, notch and all. Check the App Store for the update!”
As one can hope, Microsoft Edge browser with this upgrade will be filling up the whole screen of iPhone X apart from for the area occupied by the notch. Apart from this, nothing else appears to be modified in the app.
The upgrade for the browser arrives a day post it was posted that on Android the app recorded 1 Million download. This took place a week post the browser app emerged from its beta variant. This has also made the app reach to the No 3 position in the category of “top free communication” in Google Play. It on the other hand still remains way behind Firefox and Google Chrome.
Microsoft for iOS and Android declared its Edge browser back this year in October. The browser also has features such as Reading List, Favorites, Reading View, and New Tab Page. It also comes with the functions that allow consumers pause their work on the browser on handset and carry it on the PC.