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How Do I Get the Passwords To Automatically Populate To Log In To an App?

On my Mac I went to the I-Pass site and created a login I.D. And generated a password, using the suggested strong password. Then I downloaded the I-Pass app from the App Store on my IPhone and tried to log in using my same I.D. The question I have is, is there a way to have the automatically generated password that was created on my Mac populate the password space on the app login screen? Thank you.
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Greg

Comments: One Response to “How Do I Get the Passwords To Automatically Populate To Log In To an App?”

    1 month ago

    It is possible, but it depends on the app. I’ve never heard of the “I-Pass” app, but I have used the built-in Safari/Keychain functionality and the 1Password app. Both should work to fill in the app password provided the app you are trying to use supports using system password manager functionality. Maybe try it with just Safari/Keychain passwords. Or, contact the app developer for whichever app you are using and ask if they support this iOS function.

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