How to Manage Saved Passwords on Android with Google Password Manager

Xiaobai Software  2022-05-03 13: 42  read 275 views

Whenever you log into an app or website for the first time, you'll see a popup asking you to save your credentials.Once you hit the save button, it will ask you to choose your Google account, and once you do, your phone will not only save the username and password, but will autofill them the next time you log in.


Autocomplete works even on your computer if you use the same Google account.In addition to autofilling fields, Google Password Manager also allows you to manage saved passwords on your smartphone.Let's see how this is done:

How to View Saved Passwords on Android

When you use AutoFill a lot, chances are you forget your password for a website or app.Luckily, Google Password Manager keeps all your certificates so you can view them at any time.

Here's how to view saved passwords on an Android device.

1. Go, log in with the Google account you use to save your passwords.

2. On the next page, you will get a list of all your saved passwords.


3. Tap the account name whose password you want to view.Then, authenticate yourself by entering your Android lock screen password or your Google account password.


4. Once you have verified, you can obtain the credentials associated with the account.

How to Update Saved Passwords on Android

The steps to update saved passwords on Android are almost similar to viewing passwords.You can update saved passwords in two ways.First, when you log in with your new password, you'll see a popup on your screen asking you to update your password on Google Password Manager.Clicking the Update button will automatically update your password for you.

If you don't get that popup, you can also manually update your website/app password.Here's what you need to do to update your saved passwords on Android.

1. Access using Chrome browser on, and log in to your Google account.

2. Click on the account whose password you want to update.

3. Authenticate yourself using your device's lock screen password or your Google account password.


4. After verification, you will see the username and password.Below the password, you'll see the Edit button.

5. Click the Edit button, enter a new password, and then click Save to update.

How to Delete Saved Passwords on Android

Google Password Manager is a very handy feature implemented on Android devices.With its one-click save and autofill service, it's possible you've created a bunch of usernames and passwords you no longer need.However, you can remove all such passwords by following these steps:

1., log in to your Google account.

2. Search for and select the account whose credentials you want to delete.

3. First authenticate yourself with your device's password or your Google account's password.

4. Once the authentication is successful, you will be able to obtain the login credentials.Click the "Delete" option.


5. It will ask for confirmation.Once you confirm, the credentials associated with that account will be deleted.


A word of caution: once you delete an entry from Google Password Manager, the password is removed from Google's database and you can't recover it, so be careful before deleting.

Is Google Password Manager Safe?

Any password manager, including Google Password Manager, is safe as long as the parent's login credentials are strong and secure.Once your parental login credentials are compromised, your password is no longer secure.

With Google Password Manager, you can even use two-factor authentication to keep your data safe.This extra layer of security will help you whenever someone tries to log into your Google account.

Why use Google Password Manager?

It's the best password manager for Android users, as most alternatives are paid and mostly offer features that aren't necessary for casual users.Another reason is that Google Password Manager is developed by Google, which is also the company behind Android.You can trust it with your passwords, and there's little chance of a data breach on Google's part.

Here are some of the features offered by Google Password Manager:

1. Unlimited storage: You can store any password you want because there is no limit.

2. Password accessibility: You can also manage all your passwords from your desktop as they are saved to your Google account and synced across all devices as long as you log in with your account.

3. Generating passwords: If you're tired of creating a new, strong password for every website you visit, Google Password Manager can help.With Google Password Manager, you can generate passwords that comply with secure password guidelines.For example, some websites require their users to choose passwords that have at least one uppercase letter, one lowercase letter, and one number.

4. Multiple credentials: Unlike other password managers, Google Password Manager can store multiple passwords for a website or application.It also further lets you choose which account you want to log in with by providing a drop-down menu with multiple credentials for the website.

5. Password checkup: With Google Password Manager, you can check the security of passwords saved on your Google account.Not only will it tell you the strength of your password, but it will also let you know if it was exposed in any third-party data breaches.

Easily manage all your passwords

One-click password saving and autofill on Android is handy and works flawlessly with all Google accounts logged in on the phone.With Google Password Manager, you can view, edit and delete your passwords at any time.

Google Password Manager is solid, feature-rich, and fairly easy to use.It's arguably one of the best free password managers out there for your Android phone.

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