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.
When you find out that a password you use may have been compromised in a data breach, it’s a disturbing bit of news. To help you stay safer when you’re online, Apple introduced password monitoring for those using iCloud Keychain on their devices.
With iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, you can see possible threats, compromised passwords, and recommendations for password changes. This is a great and useful feature for your iOS devices. So take a look at this tutorial that walks you through how to use password monitoring and see your breached passwords.
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.
Today is devoting a healthy amount of time to password manager apps, apparently, and Apple doesn't want to miss the boat.
Dropbox is looking to expand into a new market, one that already has some fan favorites. But if you're in the market for a new password manager, Dropbox may have you covered in the future.
Despite the fact Apple hasn't announced iOS 14 yet, today's report aims to shed light on some significant upgrades coming to the iCloud Keychain feature.
If you’re setting up a new Mac, you can use the Setup Assistant. This will automatically transfer all of your iCloud Keychain passwords for you. But if you don’t use the assistant and want to copy over your passwords, here’s how to export your iCloud Keychain passwords on Mac.
If you use iCloud Keychain to save your account names and passwords for websites, it makes logging into your favorite sites a breeze. You don’t have to remember tons of passwords and can use iCloud Keychain across your devices. It's a fantastic time-saver, except when you find iCloud Keychain not working. If you're stuck and if Safari isn’t autofilling your account information or details for your credit card, here are a few things to try.