Google Password Manager is a simple way to use a strong, unique password for all your online accounts. When you use the service, passwords are saved to your Google Account. Google for:
create and save strong, unique passwords so you don't have to remember them; protect all your saved passwords with built-in security; autofill passwords with your Google Account How Google Password Manager can increase your online security
A safer way to manage passwords
Password theft is one of the most common forms of account breaches. Help protect your accounts by using Google Password Manager to:
suggest strong and unique passwords to prevent multiple accounts from being compromised because of a single stolen password; receive notifications aboutpasswords. If your saved passwords are published on the Internet, Google Password Manager can help you changepasswords; Help block unauthorized access. Passwords are stored using Google's built-in security with encryption. To view passwords, you'll need to sign in again. **Tip To increase the security of saved passwords, you can __add information recovery__ and __enable 2-step verification Use Google Password Manager
 For Android apps
## Let's start
**Tip These steps may vary on your device. You can also search for "autofill" in the settings app to access this setting directly.- On your Android phone or tablet, open the Settings app.- Scroll down and tap on
System Languages and input.- Tap
Advanced Autofill Service Autofill Service.- Tap

- Tap Back
then tap Settings
.- Check if the option
Use Google AutoFill is turned on.- Confirm that the account listed in the "Account" tab is the one you want to use Create and save strong passwords
When you create a new account in an app, Android may suggest and save a strong password.- On your Android smartphone or tablet, tap the password creation field.- Above the keyboard, tap Passwords
Generate password and save to your Google Account.- Fill in your username and click on
Save password Log in using a saved password
If you have previously saved an app password, Android can help you log in.- On your Android smartphone or tablet, open the app you want to log in. You may need to go to the app's login page.- Tap the field screen and select or enter your username.- Tap the password field.- Above the keyboard and to the right, tap Passwords
Choose a saved password.- If the Passwords option
is not shown, touch and hold the password field. Then touch
Automatic filling
and then on

Choose a saved password.- If the Passwords option
- Tap the name of the app you want to sign in to For Chrome
## Let's start
## Create and save strong passwords
When you create a new account on a website, Chrome may suggest a strong and unique password. If you use a suggested password, it will be automatically saved. When you enter a new password on a website, Chrome may ask you to save it. To accept, click
**SaveTo view the entered password: select View
.If there are multiple passwords on the page: tap the down arrow
.Choose the password you want to save.If your username is blank or incorrect: select the text box next to "Username" and enter the username you want to save.If you want to save a password different: Select the text box next to "Password" and type the one you want to save If you don't see the option to save passwords in Chrome:
**Follow the steps below to save passwords if you don't get the autosave prompt
- On your Android smartphone or tablet, open the Chrome app
.- Enter your information on the website you want to save the password.- To the right of the address bar, click Passwords
Save. If the Passwords option
is not displayed, delete the password and try logging in againStart or stop saving passwords**
By default, Chrome offers to save passwords

__enable or disable saving passwords to Google Account__ or Chrome:
- On your Android smartphone or tablet, open the Chrome app
.- In the top right corner, tap More
.- Tap Settings
Passwords.- Activate or deactivate the option
Save passwords Log in using a saved password
If you previously saved your password when visiting a website, Chrome can help you sign in. - On your Android smartphone or tablet, open Chrome
.- Go to a site you've visited before.- Go to the site's login form. If you only saved a username and password for the site: Chrome may fill in the login form automatically.If you've saved more than one username and password: Select the username field and choose the login information you want to use. If you don't see the option to save passwords in Chrome: Tap Passwords
to see what's availableTip To open Google Password Manager more quickly, go to its settings and add a shortcut to your home screen Manage and protect your passwordsView, delete, or export saved passwords
Passwords are saved in your
__Google AccountTo see a list of accounts with saved passwords, go to or see passwords in Chrome.To see passwords, you need to sign in again.To see a password: Select an account
To view

.To delete a password: select an account Delete.To export your passwords: select Settings Export passwordsTip If you __use a long sync password you can see your passwords in Chrome settings.You can check them all saved passwords at once to find out if they:
- have been published on the Internet;
- were exposed in a data breach;
- are weak and easy to guess;
- are being used on multiple accounts. To check saved passwords, go to
__Password CheckLearn more about Password Check Access In the upper right corner, select Settings
.- On this page, you can manage your settings.Offer to save passwords: Manage the option to save passwords on Android and Chrome.Manage the option to save passwords for specific websites or apps: You can choose to never save passwords on certain websites .When prompted to save a password, select "Never".If you decide to save this password later, select Remove
next to the website or app name.Auto Login: You can automatically log in to websites and apps using your saved information.You can disable auto login if you want to confirm before logging in.Password Alerts: You can receive notifications if your saved passwords are found online. On-Device Encryption: Encrypt passwords on the device before they are saved in Google Password Manager

## How Google Password Manager Processes Your Data
Google Password Manager collects certain information to perform services on your device. Some of these features use Google Play Services. For example, Google Password Manager collects this information for analysis and troubleshooting purposes:
- Pageviews and in-app taps
- Fault logs
- Diagnostics
Data is encrypted in transit.