With the latest update of the mobile version of the Edge Browser. The Edge app now includes a rating system called NewsGuard, which alerts you to the trustworthiness of a website. Previously, NewsGuard was only available as an extension of the desktop version of Edge.
But can I trust NewsGuard?
NewsGuard uses real people ̵
In addition to the URL of a site at the top of Edge, a red icon appears if a site is questionable and a green icon if it is trusted. Tap the icon for a brief description of the rating. For Breitbart, for example, NewsGuard warns: "Be careful: this site generally does not meet the basic standards of accuracy and accountability."
You can then tap . See the full Nutrition Label which includes a summary of the site and how it meets or does not meet various journalistic standards.] NewsGuard is included in the latest Mobile Edge app update, but is not enabled by default. To turn NewsGuards on, tap the with triple-point button at the bottom right and go to Settings> Message rating and check the option.
How to Enable NewsGuard on a Computer
You must still install the NewsGuard extension from the Windows Store on the desktop version of Edge.