The new Edge is a Chromium-based browser and Microsoft is doing there best to make different from the Chrome browser. Following this, the company is testing a new design for the Install App button that appear in the address bar when the website has its own PWA. For example, Facebook, Outlook, and Twitter.
Earlier, when you visit a website that supports the PWA show you (+) icon the same one that appears in the Chrome browser. Starting with Edge Canary v86.0.591.0, Microsoft replaced the Install App button with a similar icon visible in Apps entry in the Edge Settings menu.
Now if you visit a website that supports PWA, the browser instantly detects PWA for the site and you a message that ‘App Available‘. To install website as an app in Edge, you need to click on that button, click on Install button to complete the installations.
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