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One of the best reasons to use Edge for Android is to sync your desktop passwords to your phone, but some people may already be using a more sophisticated password manager.
A few days ago a Program Manager for the Edge browser announced that LastPass will now support Edge on Android.
For all you @LastPass lovers, the team at LastPass updated their app to support Microsoft Edge for Android, so please check it out. They've also been great with helping us get Edge for iOS working with LastPass, coming in our next update. Huge thanks to the LastPass team!
— Sean Lyndersay (@SeanOnTwt) December 14, 2017
This would expand LastPass’s support from 2 (chrome and Safari) to 3 browsers in total. LastPass support will also be coming to Edge on iOS.
The news is just the latest success story for the Edge browser on Android, which has already had more than 1 million downloads and has reached the top 20 free apps list on the Google Play Store.