If you are the one who finds it difficult to fill in the mailing address on relatively compact displays of phones or can’t remember passwords, then the latest Google Chrome update on Android is here to help resolve your problem. Google has finally released the password syncing feature to Chrome for Android, which now will auto-fill entries to sign in to Chrome accounts like Play Store and more on mobile devices. Also Read - Google rolls out new Chrome extension for user feedback to improve browser
This new update will auto sync the desktop and mobile accounts by bringing in information from desktops to mobiles devices running Android. Users can also simply feed in the account details on mobile phones and opt for the signed in option, so the next time when they access their accounts, the form fields will be auto-filled with the required information. This will work exactly the way it works on the desktops and laptops.
Google has started rolling out the update from today, however it might take time to reach across the users. You can download it from here.