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Auto-fill strong passwords on iPad

When you log into services on websites or apps, you can have your iPad create strong passwords for many of your accounts.

The iPad saves the passwords in the iCloud keychain and enters them automatically for you so that you don't have to remember them.

Note: Instead of creating an account and password, use the “Sign in with Apple” option when a participating app or website asks you to create an account. The “Sign in with Apple” option uses your existing Apple ID and limits the information that is shared about you.

Create a strong password for a new account

  1. On the website or app screen that appears to create a new account, enter the name for the new account.

    Your iPad will then suggest a unique, complex password for supported websites and apps.

  2. Do one of the following:

    • Select the suggested password: Tap Use Strong Password.

    • Create your own password: Tap on "Choose your own password".

  3. Answer the question whether the password should be saved by tapping on "Yes" if you want the iPad to automatically enter the password for you for subsequent accesses.

Note: In order for your iPad to create and save passwords for you, iCloud Keychain must be activated. Select "Settings" > „[your name] ">" ICloud ">" Keychain ".

Have the saved password entered automatically

  1. On the website or app login screen, tap the account name input field.

  2. Do one of the following:

    • Tap the account suggested at the bottom of the screen or above the keyboard.

    • Tap one at a time , to "Other Passwords" and finally to an account.

    The associated password is entered automatically. Tap if you want to view the password for verification.

On the login screen, tap if you want to enter an account name or password that has not been backed up.

View saved passwords

Ask Siri: For example, say, “Show my passwords.” Learn to speak with Siri.

Tap an account to view its password.

You can also view your passwords without Siri. Do one of the following, then tap an account to view its password:

  • Select "Settings" > "Passwords".

  • On the login screen, tap .

Prevent iPad from entering passwords automatically

Select "Settings" > "Passwords"> "Fill out automatically" and deactivate the "Fill out automatically" option.