I highly recommend peoples around me to use a password manager because it will not just protect your account but also saves you from a lot of hassle. There are dozens of password manager software, and each one of them has its PROS and CONS. There are password management apps that not just store a password but also have the option of autofill on mobile devices including iOS and Android. In this article, I am going to cover how you can manage chrome passwords on Android devices and Safari passwords in iOS-based devices.

Part 1. How to Manage Chrome and Safari Password on Mobile Phone

It is quite simple and easier to find and view a saved password in Chrome if you are using it on a desktop computer. It just requires a master password to reveal the stored passwords inside Chrome. Managing saved password on Android phone using Chrome browser is quite similar to managing it on desktop. You will need to follow these instructions to proceed:

Section 1: Managing Password on Chrome in Android

  • Open Chrome App on your Android Device
  • Touch "Menu button" when inside Chrome browser
  • Now Tap on "Settings"
  • Once you are inside Settings tap on "Passwords"
  • You will be looking at a list of all passwords saved in your Chrome browser.
  • Now you can tap on any Password to view or copy it. To do so, you'll need to enter the password of your Phone.

The above-mentioned method only reveals the details including username, password, and website. Chrome allows you to view, copy and delete a password but can't manage like edit any software. To manage your passwords stored in Google account follow the steps below from your browser:

  • Visit https://passwords.google.com and login to your Google account.
  • All your password saved in your account will be displayed.
  • Now tap on any website for which you want to manage passwords.
  • Click on Edit to change username or password or "Eye" icon to view the details.

Section 2: Managing Password in Safari in iOS Devices

If you are looking for a password that you need to login and autofill option is not working, you can opt for a manual method. Here's how to view, edit and delete passwords in Safari on any iOS device.

  • First of all, Open "Settings"
  • Swipe down in Settings and find and tap on "Passwords & Accounts"
  • Now Tap on "Website & App Passwords"
  • Tap "Edit" in the top right corner.
  • To Delete: Swipe from right to left to delete individual items.
  • Tap on any login item to see the details, including the user name, password, and website URL.

Part 2. How to Manage Chrome and Safari Password on Computer

Actually, manage passwords on your computer is not much different from that on your phone. Here are the steps below.

Section 1: Managing Password in Chrome on Computer

  • Open Chrome Browser on Your Computer
  • Click on "Menu" Icon and Select "Settings"
  • Now click on "Passwords" while you are inside Settings.
  • After clicking on "Passwords", you will be looking at the list of saved passwords in your chrome browser.
Note: If you are signed in to your Chrome browser with Google account. Click on your "Profile" icon and then click on "Passwords" from the menu to open Password windows.

However, like smartphone Chrome browser, you can not make changes into data while in chrome you'll need to follow these steps to Manage password in Chrome when using on the computer.

  • Visit https://passwords.google.com and make sure you are logged into your Google account.
  • All your password saved in your account will be displayed.
  • Now tap on any website for which you want to manage passwords.
  • Click on Edit to change username or password or "Eye" icon to view the details.

Section 2: Managing Password in Safari Browser on macOS

Safari is another third most used web browser in the world after Chrome and Firefox. Similar to other major browsers, Safari also has a built-in feature of a password manager. The password manager in Safari allows you to View, Edit, Add, Remove passwords. Here's how to view, edit, and add passwords in Safari on the Mac OS:

Click on "Preferences" in the Safari menu.

click safari preferences

Then choose the "Passwords" tab from the Preferences menu.

choose passwords

Now you will be looking at the list of password saved in your Safari browser.

safari passwords list

It is way more comfortable if you want to copy the URL, UserName or the Password. Right-Click on desired data and act.

copy password

However, that was just all about viewing to manage passwords in Safari you have two options either remove a login data for a particular website or add new.

  • To Remove: select the record and click on the "Remove" button to remove an entry.
  • To Add: Click on "Add" button and enter details like "Website", "User Name" and "Password".
  • click add

    That's pretty much it about managing passwords on Safari browser in macOS.

    Part 3. How to Recover Forgotten Chrome and Safari Password

    If you somehow to forget the password of your iPhone or iOS device and can't sign in and still want to get access to saved password inside the device, there is a solution. PassFab iOS Password Manager is a tool that will help you recover forgotten password of your iPhone. It works well with recovering WiFi Password, App Logins, Mail Account, Apple ID Password, Screen Time Passcode, Credit Card Information and more. So if you've lost your password don't worry you can get it back with this tool.

    Here's How you can use this software to recover Forgotten Password of Chrome or Safari browsers:

    Step 1: Connect your iOS device with your computer where PassFab iOS Password Manager is Installed.

    Note: a "Trust" popup will appear on your iPhone when connecting first time with your computer.

    Step 2: Now press "Start Scan" button on next Window. And enter the backup password if you have any on your iOS device.

    start scan

    Step 3: Then Process will start and take a few minutes during processing.

    Info: After the process is complete, you will be looking at a list of passwords including not just your Chrome or Safari but also Apple ID, Credit Card, Apps and other.

    Step 4: Choose "Website and Apps" section from the left menu.

    website app password

    Step 5: Select All passwords that you want to recover and click on "Export"button on the bottom right corner you will be able to choose an export password file for 1Password, Chrome, Dashlane, LastPass, Keeper, etc.

    export password

    That's it, and you've recovered all lost password including Chrome and Safaris too.


    This article covered details information about Managing Passwords in Safari and Chrome whether you have an Android Device, iOS-based smartphone, or Windows or Mac OS based computer. Detailed guides are provided to inform you about the process of every device and how to manage password on a particular browser.