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It's Safer Internet Day!

Learn more about Google Password Manager - the safer way to sign in to all your online accounts.

Passwords made effortless

Sign in to sites and apps on any device, without needing to remember or reuse passwords. Google Password Manager is built in to Chrome (on all platforms) and every Android app.

Passwords made effortless

Sign in to sites and apps on any device, without needing to remember or reuse passwords. Google Password Manager is built in to Chrome (on all platforms) and every Android app.

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Protecting you in the background

Our security is always looking for data breaches. If we find a compromised password, we'll let you know and help you change it in just a few steps.

Keep every password strong

Keep every
password strong

Password Checkup automatically identifies security issues with your passwords and helps you fix at-risk accounts.

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Upgrade your security

Upgrade your security

Add an extra layer of security to your passwords with encryption – to make sure that only you can see your passwords.

Import passwords easily

Import passwords easily

Add passwords from other password managers in seconds and start using them straight away. We'll tell you if any imported passwords aren't secure.

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Always on and ready for you

Google Password Manager securely saves your passwords in one place – so that you can use them on any device, at any time. Just sync your Google Account on Chrome or Android.

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A laptop, a desktop computer, a tablet and a mobile device show different Password Manager screens

Find out more about Google Password Manager

Set up Google Password Manager on Chrome or Android

Google Password Manager is built in to the Chrome web browser and Android devices, which means you don't have to install it. In Chrome, just turn on sync. And in Android, select Google as your auto-fill service by going to Settings, searching for 'auto-fill service', and making sure that 'Google' is selected.

Use Google Password Manager on iOS

Google Password Manager on iOS works best when you use it with the Chrome web browser. First, turn on sync in Chrome. Then, make Chrome your auto-fill passwords service:

  • On your iPhone or iPad, open Settings.
  • Scroll down and select Passwords.
  • Select Auto-fill passwords, and then Chrome.
  • Select Turn on auto-fill.

Once you select Chrome as your auto-fill provider, you can also use Google Password Manager on any app on your iOS phone:

  • On your iPhone or iPad, go to an app that you want to sign in to.
  • On the sign-in page, tap the username or password field.
  • In the keyboard, select Passwords.
  • To allow auto-fill, you may need to sign in to your device again.
  • Select the password that you want to use.

View and use passwords

Your passwords are saved in your Google Account. To view a list of accounts with saved passwords, go to in any browser or To view passwords, you need to sign in again.
  • To view a password: Select an account and then preview your password.
  • To delete a password: Select an account and then Delete.
  • To export your passwords: Select Settings and then Export passwords.

Find out how Google keeps your info safe and private

We protect your data with advanced security. Google services, like Chrome, have security built in. Which means that you're protected from harmful sites, malware and other threats. With Google Password Manager, your passwords are protected and encrypted. Plus, we've built privacy tools that put you in control of how your data is used.

Import your passwords without losing anything

You can switch to Google Password Manager in three steps.

  • Go to your non-Google password manager and download your passwords as a CSV file.
  • Import passwords to Google Password Manager. Go to passwords.google.com and select Settings > Import > Select file.
  • Delete the CSV password file that you downloaded so that the file can't be compromised or accessed by hackers.

Export passwords from Google Password Manager

Go to Settings in Chrome or Android, and then select Passwords. Then, select 'Export passwords'. You can also export passwords in Settings on passwords.google.com.

Find out how your passwords stay safe even when you're signed out of Chrome

If you're signed out of Chrome, your passwords stay local – which means that they're only available in Chrome and not available on other devices.

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Start protecting
your passwords the simpler way

Chrome

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STEP 1

Sign in and turn on sync

Sign in to Chrome and turn on sync to see your passwords on all of your devices.

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STEP 2

Save passwords on websites

When you enter a new password on a site, Chrome will ask if you want to save it. Select Save. View and manage your passwords at any time in Settings.

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STEP 3

Sign in on all of your devices

Sign in to Chrome on both your laptop and mobile. The next time you visit a site, Chrome will be able to fill in your username and password.