The newly built Microsoft Edge macOS browser has leaked out early and is now available for download in Canary and Dev versions…
Microsoft just teased its Edge browser for macOS machines the other day and now it’s out on the download page. WalkingCat over on Twitter stumbled onto the find, with links to both the Canary and Dev builds available.
Microsoft Edge Mac Browser Leaks and is Available for Download
Microsoft is remaking its web browser, integrating the latest release with Chromium. Last month, the company released its Chromium-powered browser. (That new portal focuses on browsing fundamentals. Which is to say, it places emphasis on the basics, including reliability, speed, and ease-of-use.)
Microsoft has been developing a new browser which can support Mac keyboard shortcuts, along with testing button placement to better mimic the Mac app experience.
Additionally, Microsoft is integrating Touch Bar support, with media controllers and tab switching. Some of the planned features don’t yet appear in these early versions but should show up in the future for both Window and macOS builds.
Here are the links to the Canary and Developer versions: