It’s hard to create and remember passwords. That’s why people hate passwords. But in today’s scenario passwords became essential for every social networking account.
There are plenty of the third party password managers available to encrypt and store passwords in a safe vault. Personally, I have been using LastPass password manager.
But the main disadvantage with such password manager services is they works “Free” on desktop operating systems like Windows, but we need to subscribe to premium service to sync all the saved passwords to the Android, iOS clients. Here Google inbuilt password manager comes handy.
Chrome offers Password Manager
Did you remember that last time when you entered a username, passwords on any site, Chrome might be prompted with “save the password for this site” message? That indicates the inbuilt password manager functionality embedded into the Google Chrome Browser.
If you have been using Google Chrome for a long time on Desktop and Mobile, you no need to depend on third-party password managers like LastPass, etc.
All the passwords you remembered earlier and now onwards will seamlessly sync on all the platforms such as Windows, Android, iOS, Linux, Mac, etc. So begin to use Google Chrome effectively by exploring these Password Managing options.
Google “Smart Lock” helps too.
Typing lengthy User ID, passwords on mobile apps is the hardest task for all of us. To overcome it Google introduced “Smart Lock” feature which helps both end users and app developers.
Once any username, password for any social account saved in the Google’s Smartlock database, next time when the user tries to login into the new device, it will automatically be logged in. App developers need to implement this mechanism into their apps.