Google Chrome is one of the best browsers on the Web, which provides all kinds of practical features, including the ability to save passwords. When you sign into your Google Account, they will automatically log into all your accounts on Google Chrome. When you log into any account from your Google Chrome browser, Google will always ask if you want to save the login details to that account. When you give Google permission to save the login details, it saves automatically and you can edit, delete, and export them when you want.
Next, we will show a step-by-step guide on how to save and view your saved passwords on Google Chrome.
View Google Chrome Saved Passwords on Windows and Mac
Since you use the Chrome browser to view your passwords, the process is the same for all desktop/laptop operating systems.
- Open Chrome and select the three vertical dots in the top-right corner.
- Choose Settings in the drop-down menu.
- On the Settings page, pick Autofill on the left.
- Select Passwords in the Autofill section on the right. You’ll see a list of your saved passwords in alphabetical order with the site, username, and password masked by dots.
- Select the eye icon next to a password to view it.
If you want to copy, edit, and remove a password, select the three dots to the right of the password.
View Your Google Chrome Saved Passwords on Android and iOS
If you use Chrome on mobile, you can easily view saved passwords on both Android and iOS.
- Launch the Chrome app on your mobile device.
- Choose Settings and pick Passwords.
- You’ll see a list of all website passwords you’ve ever saved. To view a specific password, select the website from the list.
- Select a login to view the password. Tap the eye icon to the right of the masked password to see it.
- Then an Android or iPhone security screen appears asking for your OS PIN or password.
- Along with viewing your saved passwords, you may want to copy, edit, or remove a password or login.
Manage Your Google Chrome Saved Passwords on Android and iOS
Copy, Edit or Delete a Username/ Password On Android
On Android, select a login and tap the copy icon next to the username or password.
To remove a password, tap the trash can icon and confirm in the pop-up.
Copy, Edit or Delete a Username/ Password On iOS
On iPhone, select a login, tap either the username or password and pick Copy.
If you want to edit a username or password, choose a login, tap Edit at the top to make changes, and Done when you finish.
Remembering and managing lots of passwords is a pain for many people. But with chrome’s ability to save passwords, you don’t have to worry about forgetting them anymore. Hopefully, after reading this article, you’ll have a better understanding of how to view and manage Google Chrome saved passwords.