US News Microsoft launches advertising campaign for the Addon Store of Microsoft Edge

19:45  08 june  2021
19:45  08 june  2021 Source:   drwindows.de

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Microsoft does not need its own store for extensions. Just like all addons that exist for Google Chrome are also compatible with EDGE and can be directly installed from the Chrome Web Store. Of course, Microsoft sees that differently and wants to push your own store. In the coming week, an advertising campaign starts.

US users installing at least one addon from the Microsoft Edge Web Store in the action period between June 14th and 14th July 2021, take part in a raffle. There are videos cards for the Microsoft Store worth between 10 and 400 dollars.

Actually, it is not about animating users, but the developers. Those drawing attention to the upcoming action with an separate article and promises that many users will soon be looking for cool extensions to see the Edge Store and therefore the opportunity is favorable to publish his own addon there.

The lead is quite short, primarily Microsoft is likely to pursue the goal that developers also publish their already finished extension for Chrome in the Edge Store, which is indeed possible in the vast majority of few steps .

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