Manage passwords

You can have Chrome remember your passwords for different sites. To use your passwords on different devices, turn sync on in Chrome.

If you enter a new password on a site, Chrome will ask to save it. To accept, tap Save.

Sign in with a saved password

If you saved your password on a previous visit to a website, Chrome can help you sign in. 

Tip: When you save a password for a site on Chrome, you can also use that saved password to sign in on another browser or the site's app on your iPhone or iPad. To use this feature, in your iPhone or iPad settings, turn on Chrome autofill.

  1. On your iPhone or iPad, open the Chrome app Chrome.
  2. Go to a site you've visited before.
  3. Go to the site’s sign-in form.
    • If you’ve saved a single username and password for the site: Chrome will fill in the sign-in form automatically.
    • If you’ve saved more than one username and password: Select the username field and choose the sign-in info you want to use.
  4. To let Chrome sign in with your saved username and password, use your fingerprint, Face ID, or passcode.

If Chrome doesn’t suggest a password, above the keyboard, tap key Save your password and then Use other password.

See, delete, or export passwords

  1. On your iPhone or iPad, open the Chrome app Chrome.
  2. At the bottom right, tap More More.
  3. Tap Settings Settings and then Passwords
  4. See, delete, or export a password:
    • See: Tap the saved password. Under "Password," tap Show.
    • Delete: At the top right, tap Edit. Under "Saved Passwords," tap the site you want to remove and then Delete.
    • Export: Scroll down to the bottom, and then tap Export Passwords.

To clear all your saved passwords, clear browsing data and select "Saved passwords."

Start or stop saving passwords

By default, Chrome offers to save your password. You can turn this option off or on at any time.

  1. On your iPhone or iPad, open the Chrome app Chrome.
  2. At the bottom right, tap More More.
  3. Tap Settings Settings and then Passwords
  4. Turn Save Passwords on or off.

Get alerts to change your passwords

You may get an alert from Chrome if you use a password and username combination that has been compromised in a data leak on a third party website or app. Compromised password and username combinations are unsafe because they’ve been published online. 

We recommend that you change any compromised passwords as soon as you can. You can follow the instructions in Chrome to change your password on the site where you’ve used that password, and check your saved passwords for any other site the password may be saved on. 

Chrome makes sure that your passwords and username are protected so they can’t be read by Google.

Important: You must be signed-in to Chrome to get these notifications. 

To start or stop getting these notifications: 

  1. On your iPhone or iPad, open the Chrome app Chrome.
  2. To the right of the address bar, tap More More and then Settings.
  3. Under "Account," tap Sync and Google services
  4. Turn “Warn you if passwords are exposed in a data breach” on or off. 

Check your saved passwords

You can check if your saved passwords were exposed in a data breach by checking all of them at once.

To check your saved passwords:

  1. On your iPhone or iPad, open the Chrome app Chrome.
  2. Next to the address bar, tap More More and then Settings Settings.
  3. Select Passwords and then Check passwords.

Fix problems with passwords

If Chrome isn't saving or offering to save passwords, learn how to fix issues with info saved to Chrome.

How Chrome saves and syncs passwords

How Chrome saves your passwords depends on whether you want to store and use them across devices.

Your passwords are saved to your Google Account if you're signed in to Chrome and are syncing passwords.

Otherwise, your passwords are only stored on Chrome on your iPhone or iPad.

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