It’s just a day ago when Microsoft announced the arrival of its internet browser named Edge to MacOS but its just an old news now because early underdeveloped versions of the browser just got out on the internet and are available to download.
The early version has been leaked by a Twitter user WalkingCat who discovered the files and leaked the download links for Canary and Dev builds of Microsoft’s Edge and they are hosted on Microsoft’s own servers.
The Edge for MacOS is based on Chromium and is supposed to bring out features like touch bar support and tab switching control just the same as Mac’s default browser Safari. Microsoft also gave a thought on design and made it look more like a Mac application with rounded corners but it still not supports dark theme but it can come in future.
So, that the browser is already available to everyone it’s pretty sure that Microsoft will make the Edge for MacOS pretty soon and will try to take the benefit of the hype which is there in the market right now.
Here are the download links for the Canary build and Dev build which are hosted on Microsoft’s own servers.
Canary build receives daily update while Dev builds gets updated weekly and is more stable than the canary build.