Google has released a new version of its Chrome browser for iOS, adding in-app long-awaited export feature passwords. An updated version of the program (66) is already available in the App Store.
To get access to your passwords, tap the three dots in the upper right corner of the app, select “Settings” and click on “Passwords”. The export is available at the very bottom, before the procedure identificeret you Chrome for Touch ID or Face ID (otherwise to access the passwords could be anyone).
After that, the password can be sent as a file .csv Messages, by mail, or other applications. The main thing is not to send passwords to anyone, because they will be open for anyone who will open the exported file (passwords are transferred without encryption).
In addition to new features, version 66 Chrome for iOS distinguished fix minor bugs and errors. If you use this browser on a Mac or Windows, you can try the mobile version.
Publisher/developer: Google Inc.
In app purchases: No
Compatibility: Universal app