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Google Password Manager replacing Chrome’s native credentials list on Android [U] - 9to5Google

Google Password Manager replacing Chrome’s native credentials list on Android [U] - 9to5Google

Google Password Manager replacing Chrome’s native credentials list on Android [U] - 9to5Google
Dec 03, 2022 1 min, 3 secs

The increased prominence of Google Password Manager continues with the latest version of Chrome for Android replacing the browser’s built-in saved credentials list.

Update 12/2: After the official announcement in late June, Chrome 107 and 108 are widely replacing the Android browser’s native credentials list with the Google Password Manager.

You’ll see a “New” badge in Chrome settings and tapping opens the experience powered by Google Play services.

Accessing through Chrome > Settings is much faster than opening the Settings app > Google > Manage your Google Account > Security > Password Manager.

Original 6/21: On Chrome 103 for Android, opening Settings reveals a new “Password Manager” menu item that replaces “Passwords.” Tapping now opens the Google Play Services-powered experience that is in the middle or rolling out a homescreen shortcut that uses a four-colored key icon.

Meanwhile, you can quickly search or add a new username and password, while a settings gear icon in the top-right corner lets you enable/disable: Offer to save passwords, Auto sign-in, and Password alerts across Android and Chrome. .

In short, the end user experience doesn’t really change by Chrome switching to the Google Password Manager.

Available for Windows, Mac, and Linux, Google Chrome is the most widely used desktop browser in the world

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