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You can save time filling out forms by using Chrome Autofill, which fills in online forms for you.

After filling out a payment form, you may see a prompt to save your credit card information. If you want Chrome to add the info to Autofill, click Save.

Add and edit Autofill info

  1. On your Android phone or tablet, open the Chrome app Chrome app.
  2. At the top right, tap More More and then Settings.
  3. Tap Autofill and payments.
  4. Tap the type of info you want to change: Addresses, Credit cards, or Payment apps.
  5. Add, edit, or delete an address or credit card:
    • Add: At the bottom, tap Add. When you're done entering your info, at the bottom, tap Done.
    • Edit: Tap the entry. When you're done changing your info, at the bottom, tap Done.
    • Delete: Tap the entry. At the top, tap Delete Delete.

If you're signed in to Chrome, cards and addresses saved in Google Payments will also show up in forms. Learn more about adding cards to Payments.

Using Autofill for credit cards

If you're signed in to Chrome, cards and addresses saved in Google Payments will show up as Autofill suggestions. Go to payments.google.com to manage it.

By default, cards saved to Autofill are also saved to Google Payments.

Use a saved credit card to buy online

When you’re paying for something online, the credit cards you’ve saved in Chrome and Google Payments will show up in a list.

If you don't see Autofill suggestions when filling out a form, the website might not be secure enough to use Autofill.

Learn more about how Google saves credit card information and keeps it safe.

Verify your credit card to make a purchase

After choosing a card, you're sometimes asked to enter the CVC number. You have two chances to enter the right CVC number. After two tries, you’ll have to wait before trying again.

If you don't want Chrome to have to verify your card every time, turn off verification:

  1. When filling out a form, choose the credit card you want to use from the list of suggestions.
  2. When prompted, enter the CVC number. (It's usually on the back of your credit card. On American Express cards, it’s on the front.)
  3. Check "Keep a copy of this card on this device."
  4. Tap Verify.

Stop saving Autofill credit cards to Google Payments

To stop saving credit cards from Autofill to Payments, turn off the sync option. Your payment info will still be stored in Chrome.
  1. On your Android phone or tablet, open the Chrome app Chrome app.
  2. At the top right, tap More More and then Settings.
  3. At the top, tap the name of your account.
  4. Tap Sync.
  5. Turn off Sync everything.
  6. Uncheck "Credit cards and addresses using Google Payments."

Delete information from Autofill

You can remove entries from your Autofill settings:

Delete a specific Autofill entry
  1. On your Android phone or tablet, open the Chrome app Chrome app.
  2. At the top right, tap More More and then Settings.
  3. Tap Autofill and payments and then Addresses or Credit cards.
  4. Tap the entry you want to delete.
  5. At the top, tap Delete Delete.

If your info is saved in Google Payments, go to payments.google.com to manage it. 

Clear all your Autofill entries
  1. On your Android phone or tablet, open the Chrome app Chrome app.
  2. At the top right, tap More More and then Settings.
  3. Under "Advanced," tap Privacy.
  4. Tap Clear browsing data.
  5. At the top, choose a time period. To clear everything, choose "beginning of time."
  6. Check "Autofill form data." You can check or uncheck other data types.
  7. Tap Clear data.

Turn off Autofill

If you don’t want to see saved personal information every time you fill out a form, you can turn Autofill off.

  1. On your Android phone or tablet, open the Chrome app Chrome app.
  2. At the top right, tap More More and then Settings.
  3. Tap Autofill and payments.
  4. Turn off Autofill forms.

What the "Login or Payment not secure" error means

If you see a "Login not secure" or "Payment not secure" message, look at the security status:

  • Info Not secure: We suggest that you don't enter sensitive details, like passwords or credit cards. You can try to visit a more secure version of the site.
  • Dangerous Dangerous: We suggest you don't enter any private or personal information on this page. If possible, don't use the site. Learn more about dangerous sites.

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