New Features: Sync Passwords and Google Translate Optimization

We’ve always been trying our best to simplify the process of working with AdsPower and reduce the risk of multiaccounting. In this article we will elaborate two exciting updates and show how they can help you with your business.

Sync Passwords in AdsPower

It could be troublesome for AdsPower users who have multiple accounts to work from a new device as all passwords saved in AdsPower were only stored locally, which meant you would have to enter the password again when logging in to the account from the new device.

But don’t be upset, things have changed!

Now AdsPower allows to sync passwords across devices, rendering multi-account management more convenient.

Let’s see how this can be done (Notice that this feature is only available in V3.7.1 or above):

  1. Save the password when logging in to an account in AdsPower.

You don’t have to turn on sync in your Google account afterwards because the password has already been stored in the AdsPower profile.

2. Go to “Settings” and you can check the saved password.

Google Translate optimization

When you use Google Translate extension in Google Chrome to, say, translate English pages into Russian, your language preferences will be changed before you can realize it. This can lead to high risks of accounts being banned as websites may detect inconsistence between your browser language and the language of your IP address.

The good news is, this will no longer be a problem if you use Google Translate in AdsPower. Your language preferences won’t be changed.

We have more funtionality coming, follow us and stay tuned!

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