A feature that was available only on Desktop versions of Chrome is now coming to Chrome for Android. You can go to Settings and look up your saved passwords.
On desktop version of Google Chrome, you can go to Settings and view your saved passwords. Chrome will ask you to enter your system password before showing saved passwords though.
How to View Saved Passwords on Chrome for Android
This feature is now available on Chrome for Android. You can go to Settings and touch Save passwords. Chrome will list all the passwords that you have saved. This syncs across devices. On this screen, tap the eye icon next to Password. Android will now ask you to unlock your phone, one more time to confirm. Unlock the phone like you usually do, and you will see the saved password.
You can copy the user name and password using the paper icon next to them. This will be useful when you have to enter these details into another app or browser.
Tip: You can also view saved passwords from https://passwords.google.com. This does not work if you have opted to encrypt your Chrome data. Encryption is always recommended.