Now you can autofill your all passwords to all devices where it can solve your biggest problem like remembering or typing passwords again and again. Autofill feature now available for iOS and Android in a form of the Microsoft Authenticator app, where Google Chrome users can use the Microsoft Autofill extension.
You can download the Microsoft Authenticator app for iOS from App Store and for Android from Google Play Store, and you can get Authenticator extension from the Chrome web store.
Microsoft Authenticator app uses strong multi-factor authentication, which provides an additional layer of security on your Microsoft account to protect your data inside the Authenticator app. When you use Autofill on a website or app, it requires a biometric or PIN input where you can grant your permission before Autofilling any information or passwords, this will encrypt on your device as well as on the cloud.
Using Autofill, it will store all of your passwords into your Microsoft account, you can use Autofill on mobile, just open the Microsoft Authenticator app and then sign-in on the Passwords tab with your Microsoft account. If you have passwords then they can be saved into your Microsoft account on Microsoft Edge, so it can sync with the Authenticator app.
Microsoft Autofill extension lets you autofill and saves your passwords to your Microsoft account while browsing on Chrome, which ensures your passwords stay in sync no matter where you use them – on your mobile, Microsoft Edge, and Chrome.– Vishnu Nath, Partner Director of Program Management, Microsoft Mobile and X-Device Experiences
Using an iOS or Android device you can save passwords using the Autofill feature. When you enter your email and password and sign-in to one of your websites, then Microsoft Autofill prompt you to save passwords for the next login, so you don’t have to type that password, again and again, if you don’t save passwords with Microsoft Autofill then you can continue to type passwords, again and again, you can see both images down below.
Microsoft also introduced a password import feature in the Authenticator app, where you can import your saved passwords from various password managers, you can also import passwords from CSV files. See the below image, here how you can import your passwords from Google Chrome to Authenticator app.