You can instruct Chrome to automatically fill up forms with data you've previously saved, such as payment or address details. Chrome may ask you if you want Chrome to save the data you enter in a new form when you do so online.

Chrome never distributes your information without your consent.

Discover how Google Chrome saves and safeguards credit card data.

Find out how to handle stored passwords if you want to save your password information to Chrome.

Find out how to fix problems with information saved to Chrome if you're having problems with your saved information.

Edit, add, or remove your information

Open the Chrome app on your Android smartphone or tablet.

Tap More More, followed by Settings, to the right of the address bar.

Tap Payment methods or Addresses and more.

Add, change, or remove information:

Add: Select Add address or Add a card from the bottom menu. After filling out your information, tap Done at the bottom.

Tap the entry to edit. After you've finished updating your information, tap Done at the bottom.

Tap the entry to delete it. Tap Delete Delete at the top.

If you have enabled sync and you add, modify, or remove an address, your changes will be reflected on all of your other devices.

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You must change or remove your payment method if it has been saved in Google Pay.

In Chrome, give your payment method a nickname

Add, change, or remove information:

  • Open the Chrome app on your Android smartphone or tablet.

  • Tap More More, Settings, Autofill, and Payments from the menu that appears to the right of the address bar.

  • To add a nickname to an existing card, select Edit or Add card next to "Payment methods."

  • Tap the Card nickname link at the bottom.

  • Give the card a nickname. When you choose a form that requires a previously remembered payment method, the nickname will show up.

Tips:

  • When you choose a form that uses a saved payment method, the renamed payment method is displayed.

  • Nicknames for payment methods in Chrome do not carry over to Google Pay. You must change it separately if you saved your payment information on Google Pay.

  • Fill out forms with your face or fingerprints.

  • To prove your identity, use the device lock or your fingerprint. You must still adhere to the directions and enter your security code per card at least once.

  • Open the Chrome app on your Android smartphone or tablet.

  • Tap More More, Settings, and then Payment methods from the menu that appears to the right of the address bar.

  • On or off the "Screen lock" setting.

  • The security code must be manually entered the first time card information is entered. After that, you can fill out the form with your fingerprint.

  • Save your credit card details on Google Pay.

  • Chrome may ask you if you want to save your payment information in Google Pay when you're logged in and enter your payment information into an online form. Your credit card information is saved in Google Pay if you accept. Chrome may offer to save your payment method locally on your device if Google Pay does not support it.

In most web forms, payment methods saved in Google Pay are suggested.

Learn how to resolve problems with saved payment information if Chrome doesn't offer to save your payment information in Google Pay.

Turn off Save and fill payment methods

  • In Google Pay, you can add, amend, or remove a credit card.

  • Don't sync payment information with Google Pay

  • Never again save data to Chrome.

  • Open the Chrome app on your Android smartphone or tablet.

  • Tap More More, followed by Settings, to the right of the address bar.

  • Toggle Payments and Autofill.

  • Tap Addresses and more or Payment methods.

  • Turn off Save and fill payment methods to cease saving payment information.

  • Turn off Save and populate addresses to cease saving addresses and contact information.

  • If you want to stop saving passwords to Chrome, learn how to manage saved passwords.

Chrome doesn't offer your saved information

If you fill out a form but don't receive suggestions:

The website might not be safe enough for Chrome to provide this information.

Chrome might not recognize some form fields if the website is secure.

Learn how to resolve problems with saved data.

Remove the saved Autofill form data.

Follow these steps to remove all of your saved addresses, payment methods, and other information from Chrome at once:

saved addresses, payment methods, and other information from Chrome at once

  • Open Google Chrome on your computer.

  • Click More More in the top right corner.

  • Select Clear browsing data from the More tools menu.

  • Select a time period, such as "Last hour" or "All time."

  • Select Autofill form data under "Advanced."

This technique leaves cards in your Google Pay account intact

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Conclusion

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