Apple publishes Chrome extension for iCloud Keychain passwords
Apple has released an official extension for the Windows and Mac versions of Chrome that allows you to use passwords stored in your iCloud Keychain. For any individual who uses Chrome as their browser and iCloud Keychain in lieu of a dedicated password manager, this could make skipping between Windows and Mac computers a lot simpler.
The release of the extension implies that in the event that you’ve used Safari to automatically create strong passwords on different platforms, those would now be able to be accessible to you in Chrome when you’re prompted for a login. Passwords made in Chrome for Windows will likewise match up back to iCloud so they’ll be accessible on Apple gadgets also.
The extension is called iCloud Passwords and is accessible now in the Chrome Web Store. Subtleties of the functionality were prematurely uncovered a week ago in an update for the iCloud Windows 10 app, which listed “Support for iCloud Passwords Chrome Extension” as another feature, in spite of the extension not having been released or in any case declared.
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