Sync passwords across your devices

You can sign in on different devices when you save your passwords to your Google account. When you're signed in to Chrome or on your Android device, you can choose to sync your passwords to your Google account.

An app or site's password won't appear on other apps or sites.

Save passwords to your account

If Offer to save passwords is on, when you sign in to websites in Chrome or some apps on your Android device, you'll be asked if you'd like to save your sign-in information. Find out how to manage saved passwords.

To save your password for the website or app, select Save. If you have more than one Google account signed in to your Android device, you can choose the account where you want to save the password.

You can view your saved passwords at any time at passwords.google.com or in Chrome's settings.

Stop offering to save passwords

You can let Chrome remember passwords for websites and sign you in automatically using the passwords saved in your Google Account.

If you don’t want to save passwords to your Google Account, you can turn the setting off:

  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. At the top-right, click Profile Profile and then Passwords.
  3. Turn off Offer to save passwords.

Stop offering to save passwords for specific sites or apps

You can choose to never save passwords for specific websites. When you're prompted to save a password, select Never. You won't see an offer to save that password again.

You can view or manage the websites that will never offer to save passwords:

  1. On your computer, open Chrome.
  2. At the top-right, click Profile Profile and then Passwords.
  3. Under 'Never Saved', see the websites that will never offer to save passwords. To remove a site, click Remove Remove.
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