How to Use Chrome Password Manager on iPhone? Here’s All We Know

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Google recently unrolled version 103 of their widely-used browser Google Chrome across all platforms – iOS and iPadOS included. This update brings many exciting new features – some exclusive to iOS versions such as enhanced security measures and AI translation features; alongside revamped discovery pages. Perhaps most noteworthy for iOS users was Google Password Manager integration within Chrome itself.

Google Password Manager: A Secure and Convenient Solution

Google Password Manager is an innovative password storage and autofill feature available across PC and Android browser versions of Chrome that enables users to securely store, manage, and autofill passwords for apps and websites – similar to Apple Keychain functionality – similar to Keychain on iOS devices. Now with Chrome 103 for iOS available to them too – users have an option of making Google Password Manager their default autofill provider to streamline browsing experience further.

Requirements for Using Google Password Manager on iOS Devices

Before you can start using the Google Password Manager on your iPhone or iPad, there are a couple of prerequisites:

  • Ensure that you have the latest version of Google Chrome installed on your device.
  • Make sure that your Google Chrome browser is linked to your Google account.

Step-by-Step Guide to Using Chrome Password Manager on iPhone and iPad

Here’s how you can set up and use the Google Password Manager on your iOS device:

  1. Access the Settings App: Open the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad.
  2. Select Passwords: Scroll down and select the “Passwords” option. You will be prompted to authenticate yourself by entering your device password or using biometric verification (Face ID or Touch ID).
  3. Enable AutoFill Passwords: Once you’re in the Passwords section, navigate to the “AutoFill Passwords” option and toggle it on. This will allow your device to autofill passwords stored in the password manager.
  4. Choose Chrome as Your Default: In the AutoFill Passwords section, you will see a list of available password managers. Select Chrome to set it as your default autofill provider. This means that whenever you need to fill in a password on a website or app, Chrome’s Password Manager will be used.
  5. Using Multiple Password Managers: It’s worth noting that you can use both Chrome and iCloud & Keychain as your password managers simultaneously. This gives you the flexibility to switch between them as needed.

Conclusion: Enhancing Your Browsing Experience with Google Password Manager

Integration of Google Password Manager into iOS version of Chrome is an innovative solution for users relying on Google ecosystem. It offers users a safe and convenient method of password management that enhances browsing experiences on iPhone and iPad more seamlessly and efficiently. Simply follow these simple steps to set up and start using it immediately on iOS device so your passwords are always within easy reach whenever needed.

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