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I’ve had a chance to briefly test Edge on i Pad, and it’s largely what you’d expect.Microsoft has scaled up the interface for the larger screen on the i Pad, and features like “continue on PC” remain, alongside options to change from a light to a dark theme. Microsoft hasn’t included i OS 11 split screen support, so you can’t run the browser alongside another app.The renaming follows a major update that rolled out to beta testers in January, bringing a whole new look to the app.The revamp included the ability to keep your news interests in sync across all devices, a dark theme, and continuous scrolling from one article to the next.Testers will install the Test Flight app for i OS, watch OS, and tv OS so they can use your beta apps and quickly provide feedback.Each app can be tested by up to 25 members of your team who have been assigned the Admin, . Internal testers can access all of your beta builds available for testing.
(Your package flights can include packages targeting any OS version, including Windows 8.1/Windows Phone 8.1 or earlier.) Anyone who has not been added to one of your flight groups, or is using a device that doesn’t support package flights, will get packages from the non-flighted submission.
If you're a beta tester, you can grab the updated app for Android and i OS now.
There's no timeline on when the revamp will make its way to the release version, but I wouldn't expect it to be too far off.
Anyone in your flight group will receive the packages that you include in the package flight, while customers who aren't in the flight group continue to receive your regular (non-flighted) packages.
If you later decide that you want to make packages from a package flight available to all your customers, you can easily use those same packages in a non-flighted submission.
The MSN News app for Android and i OS is getting a new name: Microsoft News.