Both the desktop and Android version of Google Chrome got the support for exporting saved passwords last month. I had been eagerly waiting for this feature to arrive on the iOS version of the web browser as well. Finally, it’s available on Chrome for iOS as well. Knowing how user-friendly it’s, I thought it makes sense to create a quick guide about exporting passwords from Google Chrome on iPhone, iPad, Android, and computer.
Before going ahead with the process, ensure that you have the latest version of Chrome installed on your mobile device. You need to have Chrome 65 or later on your Android device and Chrome 66 or later on your iOS device.
How to Export Passwords from Google Chrome on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Windows PC
Note: Steps remain same for both iOS and Android devices.
Export Passwords from Chrome from iPhone, iPad, and Android Device
Step #1. Launch Chrome app on your mobile device.
Step #2. Now, tap the three dots in the upper-right corner of the screen.
Step #4. Next up, tap on Passwords.
Step #5. You should see the list of all of your saved passwords. Tap on Export Passwords option.
Up next, you have to authenticate via Face ID, Touch ID or passwords (on your Android device, you will be required to enter your device passcode/password.)
Step #6. In the share sheet, choose the medium through which you want to share your saved passwords as a .csv file. You can share it via Messages, Mail, WhatsApp and other apps.
That’s done! You have successfully exported your passwords.
Getting it done from the desktop is as simple.
Export Passwords from Chrome on Mac or Windows PC
Step #1. Open Chrome on your computer and then click on the three dots at the top right corner.
Step #2. Now, click on Settings.
Step#3. Scroll down and click on Advanced.
Step #4. Next, click on Manage Passwords.
Step #5. You should all of your passwords. Click on the three dots located on the far right next to save passwords.
Step #6. Next up, click on Export passwords.
Step #7. Click on Export passwords again.
Step #8. Enter your system password and click on OK.
Step #8. Finally, select the location and click on Save.
That’s all folks!
So, that’s how you can export all of your passwords to keep them secure. I would recommend you to sync it with your favorite cloud service to access it from any of your devices.
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