Gone are the days when you were required to remember passwords for each and every site you browse on your iPhone or iPad. Apple introduced a feature in iOS that remembers the passwords for Safari and other apps as well. Just like their desktop counterparts, these features let you save passwords you enter on websites so that you don’t have to enter them every time again. Autofill makes sure the password forms are populated automatically with the saved data.
But if you want to check out what websites or App have saved passwords – along with the password -, how do you do it? Saving passwords and autofill are good but the side-effect is that you might forget a password because you’ve not been using it (read, typing it). So one day, you want to check out what your password for a particular website log in is. Here’s how to do that:
How to View Saved Passwords on iPhone or iPad
Step #1. Open the Settings app → Now tap on Passwords & Accounts.
Step #2. Tap on Website & App Passwords.
Now, the iPhone/iPad will ask for Passcode or Authenticate using Touch ID or Face ID.
Step #3. You see a list of all the URLs that use autofill (and under the URLs, information on whether the website has saved a password.) Tap on the Website/App name of which you want to view the password. On the next screen, it will show you the password and username for the Website or App.
If you wish to delete the credentials for any Website or App, tap on Edit and Tap on Delete and confirm.
That’s about it.
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