With iOS 12, Apple introduced a new feature to autofill passwords directly from the top of your iOS keyboard. Pocket Geek Privacy uses this feature to give you a quick access to all your saved login credentials. With Pocket Geek Privacy Autofill, enjoy easy logins, not just within Safari, but with any app that has made this feature available (including other browsers).
When you switch on “Autofill Passwords” in your device’s settings (under Passwords & Accounts) to enable Pocket Geek Privacy Autofill, iCloud Keychain is automatically enabled as well. This is Apple’s solution to save and fill your passwords on your device. It is, however, only available on Apple devices (Mac, iPhone or iPad), unlike Pocket Geek Privacy, which gives you access to all your accounts across all your devices (Windows, Mac, Android device, iPhone, iPad, …). With Pocket Geek Privacy, even if you decide to change your device and switch brands, your login credentials will always be available. Furthermore, Pocket Geek Privacy offers a comprehensive solution to data privacy, enabling you, for instance, to generate alias email addresses on the go to protect your personal email address.
When you activate Pocket Geek Privacy Autofill, we strongly recommend that you deselect iCloud Keychain to make Pocket Geek Privacy your default password manager. This will stop iCloud Keychain from asking to save your password at every login, as well as reduce the number of steps necessary to retrieve your credentials.
Keeping both iCloud Keychain and Pocket Geek Privacy selected can lead to a confusing and inferior user experience.