The good reason to use the Safari browser application isn’t limited to just experiencing the Apple’s ecosystem in it’s entirety but also the fact that you get a well secured password manager much like what you get with the Google’s Password manager in Android and the Chrome OS.
But there might be scenarios where you might need to view a saved passwords on Safari probably because you just want to memorize your password or type it somewhere else. But the Safari password manager also get you covered and so we’ll explore a number of ways on how to view saved password in Safari iPhone default web browser.
In this short guide, the work through to exploring your saved password starts by heading to Settings > Passwords & Accounts > Website & App Passwords. You can use the screenshot below to better understand what I’m talking about.
What happens next is that you’re required to entire your password authentication for security reasons so you can either use your Touch ID for older iPhones or your Face ID for devices that supports it or basically just opt for the passcode means of verification to gain access.
When the authentication falls through, the next thing you’ll be presented with is a list of saved account info which is usually listed in alphabetic order which you can scroll through or just use the search bar if the list is endless as this is a much faster means of scanning through.
The next thing to do when you find the website’s password you’re looking for is to click on it
Then a screen will show displaying the account details all in full an that includes the user name as well as the password for the site which you need to log into or where you’ve used the password. For example, your Twitter account password with the username will be displayed just for the URL Twitter.com.
The system works by automatically saving your passwords in as much as you allow it to do so as it makes it much more easier to manage your password in your browser application with ease instead of having to memorize different passwords for different sites.
Although there are some good alternative ways to manage your password much easily but most of which are third-party application. Google also let you through this as well whereby you can manage your password on your desktop and mobile through the Android OS or Chrome browser with your Google account signed in.
This guide can also be used for your iPad as well so you don’t need another tutorial on how to view saved password on iPad. This one fits it all. Goodluck.