macOS Sonoma brings Apple Password Manager to third-party browsers

With the macOS Sonoma update currently being tested, Mac owners who choose to use Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge or another browser can use Apple’s Password Manager to fill in passwords.

Developers and public beta testers using macOS Sonoma can currently use their iCloud Keychain passwords with non-Safari browsers, auto-filling passwords and one-time codes. Third-party browsers can also save new passwords.

‼️🔑 macOS Sonoma brings Apple’s password manager to Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, and other browsers with the iCloud Passwords browser extension, leveraging their extension storage. If you’re running the macOS Sonoma public or developer beta, you can try it now! [1/n] – Ricky Mondello (@rmondello) July 12, 2023

Apple has made an iCloud Password Chrome Extension available for macOS Sonoma users to download and install to access Apple Passwords in Chrome Browser or any other Chromium-based browser. Apple also provided an extension for Microsoft Edge users.

Google and other browser developers are also working to implement support for Passkeys, the password alternative introduced by Apple last year.

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