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Scoffbrand
Making moves
Status: New idea

I want to use keychain for password recommendations on macOS

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Status changed to: New idea
Jon
Community Manager
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andypaul
New member

Please add support for the Apple Keychain. This is literally the ONLY thing keeping me away from Firefox. 1password is not my ideal solution for the time being. Thank you! 

Jon
Community Manager
Community Manager

(Note: a similar idea has been merged into this thread)

cisc0
New member

It's mostly the only reason why apple users stick to Safari, please implement it. I personally love firefox on Windows, but on Macos i don't use it because my passwords are synced with my phone perfectly as well as paying in Safari with Apple Pay is seamless experience.

Seafyre
New member

+1 Please add this! It's the only thing holding me back to fully transfer to Firefox.

Manu1
New member

I would also really appreciate this feature.

lordburrito
New member

hello guys, please add the ability to select the password provider the same way you do with 1password

bugphartz
New member

Bump this. It's what I need for my less techy family members to have decent password practice on their Macs while using FF

yawara
New member

+1

trumpfi
New member

Yes please add this. This missing is keeping me from using firefox as my only browser. On Mac I got safari open additionally for sides I have to login to (so most of my use) and on Windows it is Chrome as those browsers support the Apple Keychain. It is free and the most easy to use for me and if Windows and Mac would have it in firefox I would uninstall Chrome in a minute and stop using safari at all.

ZirkusWurstikus
New member

Hello Community,

If I understand it correctly, the upcoming release o#macOS Sequoia (autumn 2024) will have a dedicated password manager. So it is likely thatFirefox  may access the passwords and, I hope, credit card information and so on.

Greetings,

ZirkusWurstikus

adisor19
Strollin' around

Can't stress it enough how useful this would be.