Google may give you these two ‘password saving’ options in Chrome

Google provides several ways to manage passwords to enhance the user’s privacy. However, with the recent outbreak of password hacks and data leaks, Google Chrome is working on multiple options to save passwords.

According to ChromeStory, Google will soon allow users to choose whether they would like their passwords to sync with all Google accounts or keep it limited to specific devices.

Titled the ‘Butter for Passwords,’ developers are currently working on an interface and API that would allow users to save passwords on Google, either locally or on their Google Account.

The design of the badges and the functionalities are yet to be finalized.

Stay tuned with us for more updates on the upcoming feature.

Saving locally or syncing to cloud account: Google may give you ‘password saving’ options in Chrome

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