Microsoft Edge's Extensions are 'in development' for Windows 10 Mobile

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With the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, Microsoft will be releasing Extensions for Microsoft Edge. At the initial launch, the company will be releasing extensions such as AdBlock, OneNote Web Clipper, Microsoft Translator, and much more. Additionally, developers will also be able to submit their own extensions to the Windows Store once the feature is available to the public. Now, according to the official roadmap for Windows 10, Extensions for Microsoft Edge are in development for Mobile:

chrome_2016-05-09_18-42-39Extensions on Mobile will be quite huge — however, this may not be available with the Anniversary Update. Back at Build 2015, Microsoft stated that the company does not plan on bringing Extensions to Mobile on release, due to issues such as limited resources, bad UX, etc. However, if Microsoft’s roadmap is correct, Windows 10 Mobile may soon get Extensions support for Edge which will be a very nice addition.

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