How to Set Microsoft Edge as the Default Browser on iOS 14



iOS 14 is now available for download, and just as expected, it comes with plenty of new features, including support for widgets right on the home screen. One of the highlights, however, is a massive change not only for users but also for Apple, as the Cupertino-based tech giant has decided to allow users to set other apps as default on their iPhones. In other words, beginning with iOS 14, users can just replace Safari and Mail with other apps, like Microsoft Edge and Microsoft Outlook, which can now be configured as the default ones on the iPhone. What this means is that when you tap a link in iOS 14, the page would no longer open in Safari, but in another browser that you configure as default on your device, such as Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, and others. Fortunately, Apple has made the whole thing pretty simple, so it doesn’t take more than a few seconds to configure a new default app on your iPhone. However, one thing that you need to know...

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