Along with its development on the desktop, Microsoft's new Chromium-based Edge browser for mobile devices is starting to test an experience navigation with extension on mobile devices. Earlier today, Aneetha Jayaraman, senior program manager at Microsoft, tweeted that Android users and signed up for Edge's beta could begin testing some extension integration with their Honey Gold partner.
The latest #Edge Android The update is my favorite yet! 😍 We have partnered with @honey to bring your favorite deals and coupons at your fingertips. Simply activate the extension and Honey will automatically search and apply the best coupons at the end of the purchase. #MicrosoftEdge ❤️ #Honey pic.twitter.com/REswZWY4LA
– Aneetha Jayaraman (@aneetha_j) August 26, 2019
Honey browser free extension that automatically finds and applies coupon codes when paying at more than 30,000 shopping sites. The browser extension also instantly finds better prices on Amazon and is offered in many stores in the US. UU. According to the Honey Gold website, the company plans to add features for an international audience at some point in the nearby show.
To enable testing, users must have the most current version of Edge beta for Android and visit the settings to select coupons to activate the extension. Once activated, the extension will guide users through a login or configuration process, as well as downloading the desktop extension to continue a cross-platform shopping experience. To save money, go to the Google Play Store to download the latest version and start a savings journey.
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