Siri Tip of the Day: Show Passwords

Siri can help you find your passwords, assuming you saved them in the first place.

Siri icon, iOS 12

Ever wonder what your password is for a particular website or app? Of course you have. The iPhone and iPad can save those passwords for you, and you can go to Settings/Passwords & Accounts to view them, but you have to find the one you want and that can be a pain.

Siri to the rescue: just say “What’s my Amazon password” or “Show me my FatCow password” and Siri will take you to the right place in the Passwords & Accounts list. Actually what it does is it does a search of the Passwords & Accounts list, same as you can, but Siri does it faster than you.

Asking Siri for a password

Author: Christian Boyce

Christian Boyce is a Mac and iPhone expert specializing in teaching people how to use Apple devices better, to get more done with them, and to have more fun doing it. He bought his first Mac (a Mac Plus) in 1986 and his first iPhone in 2007. He's written books and magazine articles, and given seminars at Macworld Expo, MacFair/LA, and the California Computer Expo. Over 30 years in the business.

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