Browsers can save website passwords but will not save app passwords because they are not accessed via a browser. I have been Googling and cannot find an answer. I am using android and Firefox. There's gotta be a better way than resetting every time I have to sign in. One app won't let me choose a new password that resembles past passwords and I am running out of ideas.
Wow! Thank you, Honny. That's scary, though. I never even knew that Google knows 216 passwords of mine since I have not directly managed internet via Google. I did try Chrome. Once. Briefly. Maybe that's how Google got all the info I was deliberately trying to keep it away from? Apps are not saved, though, such as MarketForce EyesOn and Racetrac which keeps signing me out. Also, it appears that I cannot alter or delete any of the Google-saved logins without creating a screen lock first. I don't want that either. This has been a very interesting adventure.
It makes sense but I'm too lazy for that extra step every time I want to use the phone. What is so disturbing is that I have spent a lot of time and effort to deny Google permissions and keep it away from my personal stuff yet it had all my passwords and I didn't even know. Guess I'm a whole lot less savvy than I thought.