Microsoft Edge on Android has got the edge://flags page

Similarly to the Desktop version, Edge for Android has got a special edge://flags page. From there, Edge users will be able to enable or disable experimental features of the browser.


With recent updates to Edge, the app got support for roaming passwords and a dark theme option. While these features are not unique and can be found in plenty of other browsers, at least for Android, Edge can provide one unique feature. "Continue on PC", a feature which has common roots with Windows Timeline will allow opening the web page that you were reading on your smartphone, directly on your PC, tablet or laptop, or bookmark it for further reading.

Edge also includes access to favoriteshistory, a reading list, and ebooks. It also features Tracking Prevention on Android, which is similar to the option that can found in desktop Edge.

It is worth mentioning that Microsoft Edge for Android supports sync for favorites, passwords, and other saved data between your Edge browser instances, including the desktop version.

The flags page is available starting in Edge Android version

To open the Edge://flags page in Microsoft Edge for Android

  1. Open Edge for Android or above
  2. Type edge://flags into the address bar.
  3. You will get the following:

Edge Android Flags Page

The page reveals the Edge for Android is still based on Chromium 77, while the Desktop browser is already in Chrome 83, being far ahead of its mobile counterpart.

As of now, there is only one flag that can be changed, named Experimental Web Platforms features.

So, using the flags page you can:

  • Change values of the available flags
  • Relaunch the browser after you made the changes.
  • And, finally, you can reset all the flags at once.

We are expecting Microsoft to add more flags in the future, with a newer version of Edge when it comes to Android. Perhaps this will happen once the app is updated with Chromium 83 or above.

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Author: Sergey Tkachenko

Sergey Tkachenko is a software developer who started Winaero back in 2011. On this blog, Sergey is writing about everything connected to Microsoft, Windows and popular software. Follow him on Telegram, Twitter, and YouTube.

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