Chrome wants to take over your iPhone passwords

Chrome wants to take over your iPhone passwords

What you need to know - Google is readying the launch of five new features for Chrome on iOS. - The company will allow iPhone users to use Google Password Manager as their password manager of choice on iOS. - You'll be able to create, store, and autofill passwords on websites and apps. Chrome has turned its ugly head and is now staring down password management on the iPhone. Today, Google announced that it is bringing five new features to the Chrome app on iOS. One of those features will bring Google Password Manager, which is already supported on the Chrome Mac app, to the iPhone. If users want, they can switch their password management from Safari to Chrome. Once changed, they'll be able to use Google Password Manager to …
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