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One of Chrome’s notable features is its capability to save and sync website login info (username and password). This info is stored locally by default and can be synced to your Google account. ChromePass is a tiny free app (developed by NirSoft) used to view all the saved website login data stored in a Google Chrome web browser (so it also can be interpreted as a password recovery tool). The information that can be viewed includes: usernames and passwords, password strength, created time, Origin URL, Action URL, User Name Field, Password Field, and more.