Remember Me: Login Manager Remember Me: Login Manager

Remember login information for websites that don't automatically save login and password data.

Remember Me: Login Manager is a Chrome extension by Kidmoses. It had 4,335+ weekly active users and an average rating of 3.82 before it was removed from Chrome Web Store 2 years ago. Remember Me: Login Manager is similar to always remember me and UF Auto-Login. The last published version was 1.0.5, updated 7 years ago.

This extension was removed from Chrome Web Store on 2020-10-28
Rating: 3.82 (11)
Users: 4,335+
Version: 1.0.5 (Last updated: 2015-02-17)
Featured: No
Size: 43.13K
Price: Free

Summary
Tired of having to enter passwords for secure sites you visit often. Many websites, such as PayPal, do not save your password from one session to another, forcing you to login every time you visit. Remember Me: Login Manager is the perfect solution - an extension for Chrome that lets you save and retrieve your login credentials instantly, allowing you to quickly login to your favourite websites without having to enter the password each time.

Key Features
- Automatically detects websites requiring login
- Saves login information by default while you browse
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User reviews
I only needed it for one particular website, but it didn't work there. https://insuredportal.msagroup.com/login
Jon Daley Jon Daley
Does not work on citicards.com website.
Kurt Calder Kurt Calder
checkbox is greyed out in all situations no matter what. Completely unusable and totally useless.
Chris Vydas Chris Vydas
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