Before, in order to access the google password manager on Android you had to navigate to the section Privacy from the settings menu to be able to find the software.
However, it is now possible to place a shortcut to Password Manager from Google on the home screen of your phone or tablet Android.
both in Android like in Chrome Google has a system to save the passwords they need for applications, services and websites, securing them with your account.
More security for your passwords
To help maintain security between these accounts, Google PasswordManager you can generate unique passwords for each account and even check if any of your existing passwords have been compromised.
Google Password Manager is easily accessible from its website, as well as from the Chrome settings menu at “Autocomplete”. On Android, there is a full applet available for Password Manager, provided by GooglePlay Services, as reported by 9to5Google.
As of the latest “Google Play system update”, there is now a much easier way to access Password Manager on your Android device. The first thing you need to do is make sure Google Play Services are up to date on your phone, and the easiest way to do this is to click a direct link to your Play Store listing from your device. According to the support page, you will need to be on version 22.18 or newer.