Like every other mainstream browser, Google Chrome allows saving passwords locally or in a Google Account. Besides storing your passwords in a safe place and syncing them between devices, Google Chrome can point to weak and leaked passwords, further improving your online safety. You can check saved passwords in Chrome at any moment. This article will show you how to find saved passwords in Google Chrome on Windows, macOS, and mobile.
How to View Saved Passwords on Chrome?
Here is how to checked saved passwords in Chrome on macOS and Windows. Note that this article applies to local profiles and Google accounts.
- Launch Google Chrome, then press your profile icon in the upper-right corner of the screen.
- Next, click the password button with a key icon.
- As an option, you can type into the Omnibar (address bar) the following command:
- Also, you can open a website for which you have a saved password in Chrome. Go to a login screen and click a button with a key icon in the Omnibar. Select Manage Passwords.
- There is also a third route you can take. Click the three-dots button in the upper-right corner of the screen and select Settings.
- Go to the Auto-fill section, then click Passwords.
- Now you can see all your saved passwords in Google Chrome.
Note that Google Chrome conceals all passwords by default to protect them from eavesdropping. If you want to view saved passwords in Chrome, click the button with an eye icon, then authenticate yourself using TouchID on Mac, password, or Windows Hello.
How to View Saved Passwords in Chrome on Android and iOS?
The same logic applies to Chrome on mobile, with some minor differences in interfaces. If you want to view saved passwords in Chrome on your phone, do the following:
- Launch Google Chrome.
- Tap the three-dots button in the bottom-right corner of the screen.
- Select Settings. Note that you cannot use the chrome://settings/passwords link. For some reason, internal Chrome links do not work on iOS and Android.
- Tap Passwords.
- Scroll down to the Saved Passwords section and select a website for which you want to see passwords in Google Chrome.
- Tap the button with an eye icon next to the Password field.
- Confirm your identity using your fingerprint, face, PIN, or any other method you prefer.
How to Find Saved Passwords on Chrome from Any Device?
If you sync your passwords using a Google account, you can find all your passwords without opening Chrome. Use any browser to visit passwords.google.com and sign in with your account.
Next, find a website or app for which you want to check a password and click it. Press the button with an eye icon to reveal the password.
That is how you find and view saved passwords in Google Chrome on desktop and mobile.
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