Google today rolled out a new feature for iPhone users who are signed up to beta test Chrome, allowing passwords saved in Chrome to be used in other apps on the device.

googlechromepasswordmanager
Chrome passwords can be accessed on ‌iPhone‌ by going to the Passwords & Accounts section, choosing Autofill Passwords, and then selecting the Chrome option.

With this feature enabled, Chrome will function as a password management option right alongside iCloud Keychain and other password management apps like 1Password. You will be able to select Chrome as an option to look up a password when signing in to an app, as is possible now with existing password management options.

This feature is available in the Chrome Beta for iOS at the current time, and there’s no word on when it will roll out to the release version of the iOS Chrome app.

(Thanks, Aaron!)

Tag: Chrome

Top Rated Comments

luvbug Avatar
51 months ago
Google product + my passwords = "NO GO". Maybe they aren't that devious, but why find out the hard way? I'll stick with Safari, thanks.
Score: 23 Votes (Like | Disagree)
icanhazmac Avatar
51 months ago
Um..... no.
Score: 13 Votes (Like | Disagree)
iBluetooth Avatar
51 months ago
Will they respect our privacy and not sell the passwords to other businesses? :\
Score: 9 Votes (Like | Disagree)
malkovich87 Avatar
51 months ago

Will they respect our privacy and not sell the passwords to other businesses? :\
Sure!! And if they get caught: it was a bug.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
iGobbleoff Avatar
51 months ago
No F’ing way you’d want to give your passwords to a company who can’t be trusted with it.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Apple_Robert Avatar
51 months ago

Google product + my passwords = "NO GO". Maybe they aren't that devious, but why find out the hard way? I'll stick with Safari, thanks.
There is no “maybe” about Google. They are devious liars and data mining scrapers.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)

Popular Stories

iOS 18 CarPlay Feature

iOS 18 Adds These 5 New Features to CarPlay

Thursday June 13, 2024 7:44 am PDT by
Apple did not mention CarPlay during its WWDC keynote this week, but iOS 18 includes a handful of new features for the in-car software. Overall, there is not a whole lot new for CarPlay on iOS 18, with changes seemingly limited to the Messages and Settings apps so far. Below, we recap everything new for CarPlay on iOS 18. New for CarPlay on iOS 18 1. Contact Photos in Messages App...
iOS 18 Wallet Feature

Here's What's New in Apple Wallet on iOS 18 for Event Tickets and More

Friday June 14, 2024 7:32 am PDT by
iOS 18 includes a handful of enhancements to the Wallet app on the iPhone, with new features for Apple Pay, Apple Cash, event tickets, and more. Below, we outline everything new for the Wallet app on iOS 18, based on information from Apple's press release and a WWDC 2024 coding session. Redesigned Event Tickets Event tickets have an all-new design in the Wallet app on iOS 18, complete...
maxresdefault

First Look at Messages via Satellite in iOS 18

Thursday June 13, 2024 11:29 am PDT by
Apple has been gradually expanding its suite of satellite connectivity features for iPhone, and iOS 18 brings a significant new one in the form of Messages via satellite. The feature allows users to send and receive iMessages and SMS texts, including emoji and Tapbacks, while out of range of cellular and Wi-Fi networks. CNET met up with Apple's senior director of platform product marketing,...
iOS 18 Siri Integrated Feature

You Can Give Siri a New Name With iOS 18's Vocal Shortcuts

Friday June 14, 2024 4:33 pm PDT by
Apple in iOS 18 added a Vocal Shortcuts accessibility feature, and now that iOS 18 is available in a beta capacity, users have figured out that this option can be used to give Siri a new wake word. With Vocal Shortcuts, you can assign a custom phrase that Siri can understand to launch shortcuts and complete "complex tasks," and one of the shortcuts you can set up is an alternative for "Hey...