Apple iCloud Passwords Extension Now Available on Chrome Web Store To Sync Passwords Between Windows and Mac

This new extension will also help users to switch from Windows to Mac devices and vice versa.

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Cupertino based tech giant Apple has now released an official iCloud Passwords extension on the Chrome Web Store. The new added extension will allow Windows and Mac users to use and sync passwords and credentials which are already saved on the iCloud Keychain on Chrome browsers. This is going to be beneficial for the users who use iCloud Keychain as their primary password manager for Apple devices. This new extension will also help users to switch from Windows to Mac devices and vice versa, same goes with Chrome and Safari browsers.

The company also claims that the iCloud Passwords also stores new passwords which users create in Chrome browsers so that it will also be accessible on users Apple devices. The iCloud Passwords extension is up for download and installs via Chrome Web store and it will be available both for Mac and Windows version. The extension will allow users to utilize the same Safari passwords which they have saved on iPhone, iPad, or Mac while visiting the different site on Chrome on your PC or Mac. As mentioned above you can also store new passwords on the iCloud Keychain.

The extension seems to be very beneficial for the ones who work both on Windows and Apple devices. Now you don’t have to keep remembering the passwords or filling the credentials on different devices. With the help of this extension, you can access your passwords both on iPhone and Windows computers. All you need to do is to install the extension on your Chrome browser and it will automatically save the password suggestions on Chrome from Windows and Mac. The extension was first spotted in the latest version on the iCould for Window 10 app last week.

Back in December last year, the company announced the iCloud Family Sharing feature that allows users to share in-app purchases and subscriptions with their friends and family. This includes Apple Arcade, Apple Music, Apple News+, and Apple TV+ subscriptions as well. The feature was available for iPhones running in iOS 14 and macOS Big Sur.

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