How to View Saved Passwords Using Siri in iOS 12 and macOS Mojave

Whenever you get stuck while logging in, make Siri show your saved passwords in macOS Mojave and iOS 12. Head over to quickly view your stored passwords in iCloud Keychain using Siri!

Recently while taking a close look at the much-improved “iCloud Keychain,” I discovered that it’s a lot easier to find passwords with Siri in iOS 12 and macOS Mojave.

No more digging deep into the Settings to view all of the saved passwords in iCloud keychain! Many a time, the secret codes seem to go away from my mind, and I had to dive into a tad long route to track them down. Now that Siri is always there to cut the chase, accessing the apps or website passwords stored in the keychain is a bit smooth sailing.

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How to Quickly Access Saved Passwords Using Siri on iPhone and Mac

How to View Passwords On iPhone and iPad Running iOS 12

Step #1. Simply invoke Siri and then either speak or type something like, “Show my saved passwords,” “Show my Facebook passwords,” “Find my Amazon passwords.”

Invoke Siri and Speak or Type Show my saved passwords on iPhone

Step #2. Next, you need to authenticate using your Touch ID/Face ID or passcode.

Authenticate using Touch ID, Face ID or passcode on iPhone

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Once the authentication is done, you will see your stored passwords on the iCloud Keychain page. 

You can access your Saved Passwords with Siri on iPhone running iOS 12

Getting it done is just as straightforward on the Mac. Read on…

How to Show Passwords Using Siri On Mac Running macOS Mojave

Step #1. Activate Siri on your Mac. To do so, click on the Siri icon in the menu bar.

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Click on the Siri icon in the menu bar on Mac

Note: On your iMac Pro and 2018 MacBook Pro, say “Hey Siri.”

Step #2. Now, you can speak or type something like, “Show my Twitter passwords,” “Find my Instagram passwords,” “Show my saved passwords.” etc.

Speak or Type Show my saved passwords on Mac

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Step #3. Next, you have to authenticate using Touch ID or user account passwords.

Authenticate using Touch ID or user account passwords on Mac

Once you have verified your identity, you will have access to your passwords. Told you, it’s become pretty simple to find the stored keys.

You can access your Saved Passwords with Siri on Mac Running macOS Mojave

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That’s all!

It’s Just the Tip of Iceberg…

Both the macOS Mojave and iOS 12 have made password management a seamless experience. For instance, you can now use third-party password autofill provider, share passwords via AirDrop and even enable Safari to save website passwords for quick access. You can take full advantage of the enhanced iCloud Keychain to manage your codes efficiently.

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Dhvanesh Adhiyahttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Dhvanesh Adhiya is the founder and editor-in-chief who takes care of audio, visual, and textual contents uploaded on iGeeksBlog.com. He is passionate about wonderful apps that change the way your iPhone interacts in your life.

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