How to Transfer Passwords from Safari to Chrome?

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Passwords are an important part of our digital life, but they can also be tricky to manage. Thankfully, it’s easy to transfer passwords from Safari to Chrome so that you don’t have to remember them all. With just a few simple steps, you can easily move your passwords from one browser to the other.

First, open Chrome and select the More icon at the top right corner. Then select Bookmarks and then Bookmark Manager. At the top right corner, click More and then Import Bookmarks. Select the program that contains your bookmarks and then click Import. Once this is done, you will have your bookmarks transferred over from Safari to Chrome.

The next step is to import your passwords from Safari into Chrome. To do this, go to and in the top right corner select Settings -> Import. Select File and choose the file containing your passwords from Safari. Then click Import and your passwords will be imported into Chrome.

You can view saved passwords and passkeys in Safari by opening Safari and selecting Settings (or Preferences) at the top of the screen, then clicking Passwords. Sign in with Touch ID or enter your user account password if prompted and select a website, then click Edit if you want to delete a password or view its contents.

By transferring your passwords from Safari to Chrome, you can make sure that all of your data is secure with one browser rather than having it spread out across multiple browsers which could leave it vulnerable to hackers or other malicious software programs trying to access it without authorization. Additionally, having all of your data in one place simplifies things for you when accessing websites as you don’t have to juggle multiple accounts between different browsers – everything is available in one place!

Transferring Saved Passwords from Safari to Chrome

Yes, you can transfer your saved passwords from Safari to Chrome. To do this, open Safari and select File > Export Bookmarks. This will create a file with the extension .html which you will need to save to your computer. Next, open Chrome and select the menu icon in the upper right corner of the browser window. From the list that appears select Bookmarks > Import bookmarks and settings. Select Safari from the drop-down menu and then click on Choose File to upload your exported bookmarks file. Finally, check the box next to Passwords and click Import. Your saved passwords will now be imported into Chrome.

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Transferring Bookmarks and Passwords from Safari to Chrome

Transferring bookmarks and passwords from Safari to Chrome is easy! First, open Safari and click the File menu at the top of the window. Select “Export Bookmarks” from the drop-down menu. A dialog box will appear prompting you to choose where you’d like to save your exported bookmarks file.

Next, open Chrome and click the three dots in the top right corner of the window. Select “Bookmarks” from the drop-down menu, then click “Bookmark Manager”. At the top right, click More. Here you’ll find an option called “Import Bookmarks”, click that. Select the program that contains the bookmarks you’d like to import (in this case it would be Safari). Now choose your exported bookmark file to import into Chrome.

Finally, you can export and import your saved passwords from Safari to Chrome. In Safari, select File > Export Passwords. Then in Chrome, navigate back to More > Import Passwords and select your exported password file to import into Chrome. Once complete, all of your bookmarks and passwords should now be imported into Chrome!

Importing Passwords into Chrome on Mac

To import passwords into Chrome on Mac, start by going to In the top right, select Settings and then Import. Select File and choose the file containing the passwords you wish to import. Finally, select Import and the passwords will be imported into Chrome on your Mac.

Extracting Passwords from Safari

In order to extract passwords from Safari, you must first open the Safari browser and navigate to the Settings (or Preferences) menu. From here, click on the Passwords tab. You will then be prompted to sign in with your Touch ID or user account password. Once signed in, you will see a list of all the websites you have saved passwords for. To extract a password from Safari, simply select the website and click on the ‘Edit’ button. This will reveal the saved password associated with that website which can now be copied and pasted elsewhere as needed.

Transferring Safari Keychain

Transferring your Safari keychain is a straightforward process. On your Mac, locate the keychain files you want to transfer and select them. Then press and hold the Option key and drag the selected keychains into another folder to copy them to the folder. Finally, transfer the folder containing the keychains to the new computer. To access your transferred keychains, open Safari and go to Safari > Preferences > Passwords tab. You should see your transferred keychains listed here.

Synchronizing Safari with Google Chrome

Yes, you can sync Safari Bookmarks with Google Chrome on Windows. To do so, you’ll need to turn on iCloud Bookmarks in Safari on your Mac or Windows PC. Once iCloud Bookmarks is enabled, open the Chrome browser and sign in with your Apple ID. When you log in, the bookmarks from Safari will automatically appear in the Chrome browser. You can then manage and organize them as normal. Once complete, any changes you make to your bookmarks in either Safari or Chrome will be synced across both browsers.

Syncing iCloud Keychain with Chrome

To sync your iCloud Keychain with Chrome, you’ll need to use your Apple ID on both devices. On your iPhone or iPad, open the Settings app and tap your name at the top of the screen. Then tap iCloud and make sure that Keychain is turned on. Next, open the Chrome app and select More > Settings > Sign in to Chrome. Enter your Apple ID credentials and turn on Sync. This will sync all of your passwords from iCloud Keychain to Chrome.

Syncing Safari Bookmarks with Chrome on Mac

Yes, you can sync Safari bookmarks with Chrome on Mac. To do so, you will need to export your Safari bookmarks as an HTML file. You can do this by selecting File -> Export Bookmarks in Safari. Once your bookmarks have been exported, open Chrome and select Bookmarks -> Import Bookmarks and Settings… In the window that appears, select Safari in the dropdown. Check the box next to Favorites/Bookmarks. Select the Bookmarks HTML file in the dropdown, then click Choose File and select the Safari-exported file. Finally, click the Import button to complete the syncing process.

Importing Apple Passwords to Google

Yes, you can import your Apple passwords to Google. To do so, you will need to use an app like 1Password or LastPass. These apps allow you to export your passwords in a file format that can be imported into Google’s password manager. Once the passwords have been imported into Google, they will automatically sync to any Android device where you have enabled Autofill with your Google Account.

Does Keychain Work With Chrome on Mac?

Yes, Keychain works with Chrome on Mac. After downloading the Apple iCloud password extension from the Chrome Web Store, you can sign in to your iCloud account and start using Keychain with your Chrome browser. With the extension installed, you’ll be able to access passwords stored in your Apple Keychain from any website that uses Safari AutoFill or Google Smart Lock for passwords. To enable the extension, open Chrome’s preferences and select “Passwords” from the list on the left side of the window. Check the box next to “Allow sites to save and read Apple Keychain data.” Now, when you log in to a website from your Mac, you’ll see an option to save your password to Keychain.

Importing Passwords into Chrome: Challenges and Solutions

If you are unable to import passwords into Chrome, it could be because the password import feature has not been enabled. This feature needs to be enabled either through a Chrome flag or by running a command in the CLI. Without enabling this feature, you will not be able to import your existing passwords from any web browser or password manager into Chrome. Additionally, if you have previously imported any passwords into Chrome, the import feature may have been disabled for security reasons. To re-enable it, simply go to the Settings page and uncheck the box that says “Disable importing of passwords”.

Transferring Passwords from Safari to a Computer

Transferring passwords from Safari to your computer is simple. First, open the Safari browser, and select the ‘Preferences’ option from the top menu bar. In the window that opens, click on the ‘Passwords’ tab. Enter your password when prompted, and then click on the ••• button at the bottom of the left-hand sidebar. Choose ‘Export All Passwords’ from the dropdown menu that appears. You will be asked to provide a name and location for your exported file – we recommend saving it to your Desktop for easy access. The file will be saved in CSV format, which can then be imported into other programs as needed.

Exporting Safari Passwords from iPhone to Chrome

To export your Safari passwords from your iPhone to Chrome, you’ll need to follow these steps:
1. On your iPhone or iPad, open your device settings.
2. Select Passwords.
3. Follow the prompts to unlock your device.
4. Select the Password options.
5. Turn on Auto-fill passwords and select Chrome as the app you want to share passwords with.
6. Return to the Passwords screen and tap Export Passwords at the bottom of the page. Tap Allow when prompted for permission to export passwords and enter your device passcode when prompted for authentication.
7. You will then be asked where you would like to save the exported passwords file, select a location that is accessible from any device you plan on using Chrome on, and tap Save in the top right corner of the screen after making your selection.
8 Finally, open Chrome on one of these devices and sign in with your Google Account if necessary, then open the Settings menu by clicking the three dots in the top right corner and selecting Settings from the drop-down menu, click Passwords in the left sidebar, click Import at the top of this page, locate and select your exported password file, then click Done at the bottom of this page once finished importing all desired passwords into Chrome.


In conclusion, passwords are an essential part of keeping your data safe and secure. It is important to use a unique and strong password for each account you create, as well as to regularly change your passwords. If you have difficulty remembering all your passwords, consider using a password manager like Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox to store and manage them securely. Additionally, never share your password with anyone other than the account owner. By following these steps, you can help protect yourself from potential cyber threats.

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Sanjeev Singh

Sanjeev is the tech editor at DeviceMAG. He has a keen interest in all things technology, and loves to write about the latest developments in the industry. He has a passion for quality-focused journalism and believes in using technology to make people's lives better. He has worked in the tech industry for over 15 years, and has written for some of the biggest tech blogs in the world. Sanjeev is also an avid photographer and loves spending time with his family.