Easily access saved passwords anywhere, anytime is possible using a Password Manager.  A password manager main objective is to generate, store and retrieve complex passwords for its user anytime.

Google is known to be the heartbeat of the internet, with tons of free features one can enjoy just by having a Google account, one of which is Password Manager which most of us have known and used over the years but in case you don’t know about it, here is a headstart.

Google Chrome and the well-known Android OS ( Google Smart Lock for Passwords) has an inbuilt password manager that prompts you either to save a password for the particular site for future use or not. This feature synchronizes the site information, passwords in the currently logged in Google account on your device and can be accessed anytime, anywhere from any device from passwords.google.com as long as the Google account is signed in.

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Why Use Google Password?

[icon name=”google” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] It’s free and easy to use.
[icon name=”google” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] No Additional setup unlike most password managers where you have to input the password manually. Google Password sync and automatically save your password immediately you click Save and you can easily access your passwords.
[icon name=”google” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] Google Chrome is available on almost all OS e.g iOS, Linux, etc. That means irrespective of the OS you use, your passwords will be stored as long as your Google account is signed in.
[icon name=”google” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] Passwords are accessible anytime, anywhere, any browser.
[icon name=”google” class=”” unprefixed_class=””]  Easily enabled and disable what are synchronized chrome://settings/syncSetup

Iyanu Victor

Iyanu Victor is the founder of Brainslodge. He is a freelancer and loves to write and share information about Technology. Here is not the only place you can see his talents in action.

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