Qmee may soon introduce a Microsoft Edge extension

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Qmee recently confirmed to OnMSFT that a Qmee extension for Microsoft Edge is “something we hope to look into soon”.

What is Qmee and why choose it

Qmee is a personal online shopping and saving companion that puts money back in your pocket when searching popular sites including Google, Bing, Amazon, and Ebay. According to Qmee’s official website:

You don’t need to do anything different – just sit back, relax, search and shop online, and get cash rewards, money saving coupons and automatic price comparison deals straight to you. What’s not to love

The app works in the background by displaying relevant ads next to your search results and rewarding you with money every time they’re clicked. The money can then transferred to your Paypal account or you can choose to donate it to charity. Like this, you can even watch your cash grow in your personal Qmee piggy bank. Each result with a cash reward will show you the amount you’ll earn when clicking and engaging with that specific brand/service/product. With Qmee, there is no limit to how much you can earn and there is no minimum cash amount. And even better: when you’re using Microsoft Rewards and Qmee together, the app will act like a bonus for searching.

Possible new Edge extension coming up

Qmee already has extensions available for Firefox, Safari, and Chrome, and everything indicates that a Microsoft Edge extension may soon join the club.

There is no information available as to when exactly the Qmee extension for Microsoft Edge will arrive, but we’re pretty sure that this is included in the company’s plans.

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