How to Save Passwords on iOS and Android devices
Learn how to store passwords on IOS and Android devices to easily log in and access your accounts.
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Safari AutoFill Passwords is the feature that can automatically save and update your passwords on iPhone and iPad as well as offer to create automatic strong passwords when signing up for new accounts online.
It’s also end-to-end encrypted with iCloud Keychain.
- On your iPhone or iPad, open the Settings app.
- Swipe down and choose Passwords.
- Tap AutoFill Passwords at the top.
- If not already turned on, tap the toggle next to AutoFill Passwords.
- If you have a third-party password manager installed you may see the option to allow filling from multiple sources (e.g. 1Password, etc.) along with Apple’s iCloud Keychain.
- Now when you log in to accounts, websites, etc. your iPhone will ask if you’d like to AutoFill, save/update or auto create a new password.
- Also consider using Sign in with Apple or Sign in with Google/Facebook/Twitter etc. when creating new accounts as it means you don’t have to create another unique login and is a more secure way to manage your credentials.
Also, if you’d like to save your passwords from iPhone to your other Apple devices, make sure to head to the Settings app > Your name > iCloud > Keychain > toggle on iCloud Keychain.
If you enter a new password on a site, Chrome will ask to save it. To accept, tap Save.
If you sync in Chrome:
- On your Android phone or tablet, open Chrome.
- At the top right, tap More .
- Tap Settings …> Password Manager.
- On the right of the search bar, tap Add +.
- Enter the website, username, and password.
- At the top right, tap Save.
If you sync with your Google Account, you can manage your passwords across all of your devices
You can automatically sign in to any sites and apps where you have saved your info using "Auto sign-in." When you turn on "Auto sign-in," you don't need to confirm your username and password.
If you want to confirm your saved info when you sign in, you can turn off “Auto sign-in.”
- On your Android phone or tablet, open Chrome Chrome.
- At the top right, tap More.
- Tap Settings …>Password Manager.
- At the top right, tap Settings .
- Turn Auto sign-in on or off.