With all the applications, websites and accounts you access every day, it’s no wonder that you forget your credentials. That is why iOS devices (and not just iOS, evidently) today usually have a “remember password” function, allowing you to store your access keys and fill them automatically when needed. However, accessing the list of passwords that your iPhone or iPad stores is a whole other story. iOS Password Manager makes this task easier by allowing you to extract passwords from your device and export them locally.

The installation process is rather brief and uneventful and, in a few seconds, you will be greeted by the main window of iOS Password Manager. The main screen reveals a list of iPhone or iPad passwords that can be retrieved using the application. As such, this utility can gather saved passwords for various apps and websites, logged mail accounts, logged Wi-Fi accounts, as well as the screen time passcode, credit card information and your Apple ID.

Since we are talking about passwords, the first thing that might come to your mind is probably related to security. The developers mention within the main window that iOS Password Manager does not send any type of information to a server. All the recovered passwords are stored locally, where you can save them to a CSV file.

As expected, the next step requires you to connect your iPhone or iPad to your computer using an USB cable. The scan is initiated with the push of a button and it might take a while for the application to complete the analysis. A list of passwords and usernames (if available) is displayed within the main window, in an organized table. The data can be easily exported to file.

Not just that iOS Password Manager allows you to extract passwords from your iPhone or iPad, but it also enables you to import accounts and passwords to your iOS device.

iOS Password Manager can help you recover lost passwords that you know are stored on the iOS device, including the Apple ID and password. It is easy to use and it allows you to scan your device for passwords with just a few clicks. On the other hand, allowing an application to handle your passwords might be tricky, so you should use this application with caution.