Apple has updated the iCloud for Windows application with another feature that will before long allow clients to get to their iCloud Keychain passwords in Google Chrome.
As indicated by release notes for the most recent update, the application presently offers “support for iCloud Passwords Chrome extension.” Upon updating the application, clients will see another “passwords” section within the application. Clients will be prompted to download the new Chrome extension needed to take advantage of the feature.
When empowered, the iCloud Keychain will store your passwords as you use Safari or applications on iOS or across the system on macOS. The update to the iCloud for Windows application denotes the first run through clients can utilize their synced passwords on the platform.
The feature’s presentation on Windows denotes the first time when that iCloud Keychain support has been extended past Apple’s operating systems, The 8-Bit notes. It’s obscure if the augmentation will be made accessible for Chrome on Mac.
The update is live for the application, however as The 8-Bit noticed, the extension isn’t yet accessible. At the point when clients click on the “Download” button they are taken to a 404 page in Chrome. The extension is likely going to open up soon.
The iCloud for Windows application enables iPhone clients to access their documents and photographs from a Windows PC. The application released on the Windows store in June 2019.