We got a look at Microsoft's new web browser for Windows 10 — Project Spartan — in January, and at Mobile World Congress the Redmond giant is demoing the functionality of the browser on Windows 10 for phones.
The browser has a clean UI, and being a universal app allows you to sync information across devices. One of the highlights with Spartan is the reading list feature, which comes with a simple layout as well as the ability to customize font sizes, all aimed at delivering a distraction-free reading experience.
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