Last month, with an aim to deliver continuous browsing experience from your mobile device to your Windows 10 PC. Microsoft officially launched Microsoft Edge browser for Android and iOS devices.
And now one of the most popular freemium password management service LastPass bring support for the Edge. In case if you don’t know what LastPass is then it’s simple password management extension for your web browsers. It stores encrypted passwords in private accounts. It can also helps you generate passwords. LastPass sync your passwords for all your devices including phones, tablets, and personal computers.
For all you @LastPass lovers, the team at LastPass updated their app to support Microsoft Edge for Android, so please check it out. They've also been great with helping us get Edge for iOS working with LastPass, coming in our next update. Huge thanks to the LastPass team!
— Sean Lyndersay (@SeanOnTwt) December 14, 2017
But if you are using Microsoft Edge browser then it is automatically sync your desktop passwords to your mobile phone. Though if you are willing to sync across the browser you can do that too. For example you want to use Edge on your android phone but on PC you are using Chrome; don’t worry it just works fine!
Furthermore, support for the Edge on iOS is coming up with next update. Microsoft Edge is getting popular on Android devices; It is already downloaded for more than 1 million times and it made a spot in the top 20 free apps list on Google Play Store.