In this tutorial, we will help you bring your website login details like email addresses, usernames, and passwords saved in Google Chrome to Safari.
In this tutorial, we’ll help you create a Shared Passwords Group on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac to make your iCloud Keychain passwords securely available to family members, friends, and other trusted contacts.
This comprehensive guide will teach you how to set up, use, or turn off iCloud Keychain on your Apple devices, simplifying your digital life and keeping your passwords secure.
Apple's iCloud Passwords feature now supports generating two-factor authentication verification codes for online accounts on the Windows platform.
iCloud Keychain securely stores your usernames, passwords, and two-factor authentication codes. Starting with iOS 15.4 and macOS Monterey 12.3, you can also add a secure note to your password. This tutorial shows you how to use the notes feature in saved passwords on iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
iCloud Keychain is a handy feature. It allows users to quickly and easily access their usernames and passwords for apps and websites, making logging in across Apple devices relatively painless. But, if there is one pain point, it's with the feature not bothering with usernames sometimes. But Apple's addressing that issue in the next software update for iOS and macOS.
Chrome is the most popular browser available on Mac, PC, Android, iPhone, and more. You might use its built-in Google Password Manager to store passwords and login information. To date, you might be using these saved passwords only inside Google Chrome. But you can easily set Chrome as the iPhone Password Manager on a system level and then autofill these passwords inside Safari, apps, and elsewhere. It'll work almost like iCloud Keychain.
Here's how to add Google Chrome as a password manager on iPhone to effortlessly autofill login details saved in it.
If you’ve been waiting for a way to use iCloud passwords on Windows, then you may have known a Chrome extension was on the way. While the Chrome add-on was released a while ago, you needed to have iCloud version 12.0 or later to use the feature.
So, if your iCloud is now up to date on Windows and you’re ready to use the Chrome extension, we’ll show you how to set it all up.
Windows giant Microsoft today released a new feature, dubbed Autofill, that allows you to manage your saved passwords securely across different devices and platforms.
iCloud for Windows has been around for a stretch already, but there's one feature missing that some iOS/Windows users have been requesting: iCloud Keychain. And it looks like support is finally on the way.
If you are experiencing issues with some iCloud services and Game Center, the good news is that it's not just you. The bad news is that there does appear to be some issues.