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How to Save and Manage Passwords in Chrome iPhone/iPad

Learn how to view the saved password and also manage passwords within the chrome iPhone or iPad device. We can select multiple passwords and delete them all at once.

Chrome for iPhone and iPad includes a password manager to store and auto-fill your website login information securely. To use this feature, go to Chrome Settings, tap “Passwords”, add or edit saved passwords, and enable or disable the auto-fill feature. This can save you time, increase security, and be synced across devices.

Add and Manage Passwords on Chrome browser

Password managers make our life easier by storing our passwords for us. But choosing a secure password manager to store our daily passwords is essential. Fortunately, Chrome iOS can now manage passwords and autofill them.

Due to security reasons, it’s essential to keep a different password for each site. I use the password manager to store and manage my passwords without worry.

So now, many of my passwords are stored in the password manager and synced with my Google account.

Chrome iOS also allows you to automate passwords by suggesting complex passwords for maximum security. Now you don’t have to worry about remembering multiple passwords since the password manager will handle it.

View Saved Passwords

Managing passwords can be hectic if you’re a person like me. Multiple websites and passwords can often create confusion in your mind, and you may mix or forget them altogether. However, you can manage passwords in a password manager without hassle to save your precious time.

Chrome iOS will also help you with the auto-login with already saved passwords. All the synced passwords are stored in the Google password manager, and you can access them on any mobile device or PC.

Here are the steps to view saved passwords:

  1. Open the Chrome app on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Tap on the More horizontal 3dots icon menu at the screen’s bottom right corner.
  3. Select the Settings menu from the list.
  4. Choose the Passwords tab.
    Chrome iPhone Passwords Settings ONHere you will see multiple websites and their saved passwords list.
    Saved Passwords List in Chrome iPhone
  5. Tap on any saved password to know the full details, such as login URL, username, and password.

The saved password will be hidden; you need to confirm the Touch ID, Face ID, or passcode to view the saved password.

If you want to edit the password, open a saved password, and tap the Edit button. Make all the necessary changes within the edit screen and hit on the Done button.

Delete Saved Passwords

When you are not using a password anymore, it’s a wise choice to delete it. You can quickly delete passwords in Chrome iOS using the in-built password manager. It makes the process of managing your passwords better.

Here are the steps to delete the saved password:

  1. Open the Chrome app on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Tap on the More horizontal 3dots icon menu at the screen’s bottom right corner.
  3. Select the Settings menu from the list.
  4. Choose the Passwords tab.
  5. Tap the Edit button at the screen’s top right corner.
    Delete Saved Password in Chrome iOS
  6. Tap the Delete button to remove the saved password.

This will delete the saved password record from the Chrome browser. However, you can also delete multiple passwords at once. Select one or multiple entries and click the Delete button.

Chrome iOS Passwords Delete Multiple Passwords

In case your phone is lost or stolen, then do not worry. You can log in to Google password manager and delete the passwords individually. Additionally, you can also lock your device using the device manager options.

Bottom Line

You can view, edit, delete, or manage your passwords stored in Chrome using the iOS password manager. It’s an excellent tool for managing your passwords which you use daily. And with the auto-login facility, you can save much time daily.

Also, keeping your password in Chrome iOS is entirely secure, as the passwords are encrypted. You can delete your passwords or lock your phone if your phone gets lost.

Similarly, you can view and manage a saved password on a Chrome computer. The passwords are automatically synced across all the Chrome signed-in devices.

What do you think of having the feature to save passwords and reuse them when needed? Isn’t it useful for most of the frequently visited sites?

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Rahul Verma

Rahul is a Computer Science Engineer with a MBA degree. He is keenly interested in the field of tech and cryptocurrency. He has 6+ years of technical content writing experience, mainly experimenting with and troubleshooting computer and mobile operating systems. Connect him on LinkedIn.

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