Today, Microsoft finally released a major update to the Edge browser on iOS. After prolonged testing, version 93.961,47 is available to all users following the Edge Stable channel and to iPhone and iPad users.
What makes this version special is that it is the first stable version of Edge for iOS with a single code base for all platforms. Several months ago, Microsoft promised to bring all versions of the Edge under one umbrella with a single build number.
This makes the development process much faster and easier, as developers no longer need to coden a single feature three times for different platforms (desktop, iOS and Android). This also helps Edge mobile keep up with the competition.
Android was the first mobile platform released by Microsoft Edge for all users on the Stable channel. On iOS, however, it took Microsoft much longer to test and improve the features before the browser was officially released to the public.
If you use Microsoft Edge on iPhone or iPad, you can download version 93 from the App Store. Here is the complete changelog.