How to Show Passwords in Chrome?

The desktop and mobile versions of Google Chrome for all operating systems are covered in this article's instructions on how to show passwords in the Chrome browsers. 

How to Make Chrome Display Saved Passwords

On Chrome OS, Linux, macOS, and Windows, type the following to view your saved Chrome passwords:

Step 1: Click the three dots in the top-right corner of Google Chrome to open the browser window.

Step 2: From the drop-down box, select Settings.

Step 3: To access the password manager in Google Chrome, choose Passwords from the Autofill option.

Step 4: There will be a list of saved passwords with each associated website and login. These fields display a series of dots by default. Choose the eye next to a password to view it.

Step 5: You can now be prompted to enter your operating system password and log in based on your platform. Your chosen password will be shown in clear text following successful authentication. Choose the eye icon a second time to reveal it once more. 

How to See Saved Passwords on Android and iOS in Chrome

Complete the steps to display your saved Chrome passwords on an iOS or Android device.

Step 1: In the Chrome app, click the three dots in the upper-right corner.

Step 2: Select Settings.

Step 3: Choose passwords

Step 4: A list of saved passwords will appear with the associated website and username. A password can be viewed by tapping it.

Step 5: To reveal the password, tap the eye. You might be prompted to enter your device's passcode or be asked to confirm by utilizing Face ID or your fingerprint. The chosen password will be shown once authentication has been completed correctly. Tap the eye icon a second time to reveal it once more. 


How can I Remove Chrome's Stored Passwords?

To display saved passwords in the desktop browser, go to Settings > Autofill > Passwords. Select Remove from the More menu (represented by three vertical dots) afterward.

Choose More (three horizontal dots) > Settings > Passwords from the mobile app. At the bottom of the screen, click Delete after selecting Edit, followed by the password.

How do I Delete All of my Chrome-saved Passwords?

There is a more complex means to remove all your saved passwords within Chrome instantly. On the desktop browser and mobile app, you must delete them one at a time.

  • Mick Jone
  • Category: Browser
  • Last Update: 5 months ago