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Create, Edit, and Manage Passwords in Chrome on Android

Do you need help remembering the username and password in Chrome on your Android? Learn how to save, sync, and manage the saved credentials.

Chrome for Android offers a great password management system within the browser, and it’s integrated with Google’s Password Manager.

When we log in to a site for the first time, Chrome requests whether to save the password, and we can either allow or deny the request. We can easily manage and remove the saved password if it is no longer needed.

Add and Manage Passwords on Chrome browser

The Google Chrome Password is the easiest way to save and remember online passwords. It will automatically populate and autofill the username and password if available. It makes the whole process super easy and less forgetful.

There are multiple well-known third-party browser extensions and apps that help in saving the username and password. But I use Chrome passwords to keep my online account synced across the devices. Also, it lessens the headache of remembering or noting down a password used for a website.

All the passwords are stored in the Google password manager portal, where you can easily log in with a Google account and view saved passwords. If passwords on Android are not stored, chrome will ask permission to save them into its database. Based on your consent, the password is either stored or ignored.

The Chrome passwords also help auto-generate a strong password when you signup for a new online account. The auto-generated password and sign-in info are stored in the password manager.

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View Saved Passwords

The Chrome passwords help in auto-login into the accounts we saved the username and password of. The new passwords are added when you sign-up for an online account or log in for the first time. Here are the steps to view the saved password:

  1. Launch Google Chrome for Android.
  2. Tap on the Morevertical 3dots icon options menu.
  3. Select Settings from the list.
    Settings in Google Chrome for Android
  4. Tap on the Passwords tab in Settings.
    Chrome Passwords on Android
  5. Choose the Website from the list.
  6. Tap on the unhide icon to view the saved password.
    Saved password chrome android view icon
  7. You may need to verify your device pattern or pin.

A password will be visible until you close the Chrome settings page. You can also tap the Copy icon to copy the password into a clipboard and paste it wherever necessary.

Delete the Passwords

If a particular password and username are no longer needed or have been compromised, you can delete the record of such crime passwords from the Chrome browser. Here are the steps to Delete the Saved Password:

  1. Launch Google Chrome for Android.
  2. Tap on the More vertical 3dots icon options menu.
  3. Select Settings from the list.
  4. Tap on the Passwords tab in Settings.
  5. Choose the Website from the list.
  6. Tap on the Trash icon.
    Delete Chrome Saved Password in Android

The saved password will be automatically deleted from the Chrome Android and Google Passwords (if Google sync is enabled).

Video Demo:

Watch the video demo on saving and managing passwords on Chrome for Android. You can also edit and delete the saved password easily.

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Bottom Line

You can view, edit, or delete the saved password within the browser. The password saved on one device is automatically synced across all the Chrome signed-in devices using the same Google account.

Likewise, the changes made in one device are reflected across all devices. Similarly, you can also manage the saved password on a Chrome computer.

I use the password manager on Chrome for Android regularly since it is always difficult to remember them. Also, I sync them over my Google account to make them available on all the devices I use. It makes everything more accessible and more convenient.

Do you use the Chrome password manager or rely on third-party services like LastPass or Dashlane?

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Kushal Azza

Kushal Azza

Kushal Azza is a Google Certified IT Professional, Digital Content Creator, and Go-To Digital Marketer. He has over a decade of experience solving tech problems, troubleshooting, and creating digital solutions. Follow him on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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