Microsoft Edge for Android update to add web page translation

Doris Richards
Июля 18, 2018

Microsoft confirmed that the company is working on a branded smartphone, which could launch in early 2019, but the company this time decided to choose the mobile OS Android.

After spectacular Nokia and BlackBerry short-term success with Android, Microsoft could by the next company to introduce Android smartphones.

After discontinuing the Lumia range of handsets due to poor sales, Microsoft has not announced the rollout of any new smartphones in the last few months. The report points out that there could be a possibility that the representative is referring to Microsoft Edition Android phones from third-party OEMs. At the moment, the only information provided is that the device will be available on the Microsoft Store. Maas says that his work is now beta quality and that he will add support for more features, such as site blacklisting. The person has mentioned in the conversation that the new line of Microsoft phones will not be using Windows 10 but, he never mentioned anything about the model type. the phone is expected to be a Microsoft branded Android OS Smartphone to elate the user experience.

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Sync your browsing history to Windows Timeline, access it at a later date or on another device with the same Microsoft Account. The company is not providing any information on the topic as they want to keep it a surprise for the users. It comes with some improvements for Microsoft Word, Outlook, and PowerPoint, which according to Microsoft in a support document are only available for Office 365 subscribers who part of the Office Insider program.

Microsoft PowerPoint: You can now edit slides when your device is turned sideways (landscape view).

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