The macOS Sonoma public beta is currently live and customers can download the beta on their supported Mac devices. One of the characteristics of the contemporary MacOS operating machine is that it provides Apple iCloud Keychain support in the Chrome internet browser on macOS. The above who are unaware, Apple is supporting iCloud Keychain for both Safari and Chrome. However, Chrome support was best available on Windows as it only became Safari on macOS.
With macOS Sonoma, Apple has also created iCloud Keychain accessible for Chrome on macOS. Going onward, Apple MacBook users may be capable to utilize iCloud Keychain on the Chrome browser to fill passwords through biometric authentication.
9to5Google has said that the iCloud Password extension for Chrome has received an update and has been updated to version 2.0.5. However, the support extends beyond the Chrome browser. As per the document, this feature may also work with other Chromium-based web browsers such as Microsoft Edge, Arch, etc.
Similarly, the iCloud password for Microsoft Edge for macOS has also been updated to version 2.0.5.
The iCloud Keychain feature permits customers to securely store usernames, passwords, and authentication codes, making it easier and faster for users to log into apps, websites, and more without having to remember passwords.
This update makes iCloud Keychain work exactly the same with these browsers as it does with Safari.
The macOS Sonoma Public Beta is now available for all customers to download to their devices. The update gets several latest features and modifications such as a brand new lock display layout, widgets update, FaceTime advancements, and more.
Does Apple Keychain work with other browsers?
When you established an iCloud password in iCloud for Windows. You can access the passwords kept in iCloud Keychain in Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge. Note: iCloud passwords only function in Chrome on PC that includes iCloud for Windows.
What browsers use iCloud Keychain?
Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge
How do I access iCloud Keychain on Mac?
- Select Apple menu > System Settings (or System Preferences).
- Tap on your name, then tap on iCloud. ,
- Switch on Password & Keychain.*
- If you select “Approve Later” when logging in to your Apple ID. You’ll require to consent with the old passcode or with another gadget when prompted.