If you give someone the privilege of knowing your passwords, don’t you also provide them with the power to misuse it? Read on to know how to put on armour for your privacy related to Google Chrome saved passwords on iPhone.
It is also advised to keep different passwords for different purposes. But then, at the end of the day, we find ourselves worrying over how we mess up so many passwords in our head. It is like putting many locks with different keys and forgetting how to trace the keys itself. It becomes so difficult to keep the passwords correctly in our memory.
And here, the web browser like Google Chrome which steps in to give us a helping hand. Many web browsers save the passwords locally and suggest them to you when the need arrives. Chrome on your iPhone is one such browser, which does the job of remembering passwords for you by saving them within your Google account.
What could happen if someone gets access to your iPhone? Is it safe to trust Chrome app on your iPhone with saved passwords? Sure, it makes your life very easy but it does this with a cost. It jeopardises your security, and hence you should know how to manage this feature on your own.
How to find saved passwords in Chrome on your iPhone and manage them?
- Open Chrome browser app.
- Tap the menu button (vertically aligned three dots) in Chrome that is present in the upper right-hand corner of your browser window.
- When the drop-down menu appears, select the Settings.
- Locate the Basics section and select Save Passwords. You will now be able to view Chrome’s Saved Passwords.
- Tap the on/off button to enable or disable this feature.
In a world that is becoming more reserved day by day, we like to keep every online account of our safe with a password. Heck, we even lock the home screens of our devices! And since that strengthens us, it is a right step to take. Take your safety into your hands, and then you can go on using the conveniences that Chrome provides you with on your iPhone, without being scared!