How to view your passwords stored on iPhone

The iPhone has become the main ally of our day to day In most cases, so much so that not a few users encounter problems when accessing certain online services once they are seated in front of a PC screen or other type of device.

However, all of us who store certain application and website passwords on our phone are welcome. We are going to teach you how to see and manage all your passwords directly from your iPhone or iPad for when they are needed. A simple task but one that can save us on more than one occasion.

You are on the screen of a PC or through the device of an acquaintance and you want to access an application or a certain service, and you are not used to logging into it because you have everything automated on your iPhone or iPad. It is something that sounds like almost all of us, however, having your iPhone at hand this task has an easy solution:

  1. We go to the application Settings iPhone
  2. We navigate to functionality Accounts and passwords
  3. Click on: Passwords for apps and sites, accessing with our Touch ID or through the unlock code
  4. We use the search engine and access the password directly without the need for further steps

It's quite easy, also, if we press the button "Edit", we will be able to alter the parameters and the website to which that password has been assigned. In addition, in the list of passwords, if we slide one of them from left to right we will be able to delete it from iCloud and it will no longer be stored.

If we are not sure of what we are looking for, we can use the search engine and put keywords that will give us quick access to these passwords.

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  1.   Edison said

    Where are the passwords stored? out of nowhere they all erased how can I recover them

  2.   Elijah said

    I can't access to see my password for an Exchange Traveler email account that I have on my iphone 8
    It does not appear in the Passwords menu of websites and apps!
    I click on Account and I only see the points but I can't see it!