Google is finally extending Chrome’s ability to show you saved passwords to its Android platforms. Earlier, The feature had been accessible on the desktop variant of the browser. The new chrome 62 for Android has been officially rolled out. The chrome app will prompt you to install the latest update. In case if you don’t receive the prompt, you can manually head to app settings and check for the new version.
Similar to how the feature works on desktop, the mobile app will allow you to view your saved passwords. Whenever you log in or sign up to a website through Chrome, the browser asks you if would like it to remember the credentials. On the desktop, you can head to passwords.google.com, and check their passwords.
This facility has not been handy to mobile users of Chrome prior to this week. Presently, on your Android device, you can introduce Chrome and head to settings under the menu section, and tap on save passwords. Under this section, you will find all the websites associated with your saved passwords which you can check out by tapping on them. Note that the saved passwords will be visible only when the ‘save passwords’ option enabled.
In case you are not able to find that option in your Chrome app for Android, then you need not worry as the update is a gradual one and would be extended to all users soon.