Google Chrome 62 for Android devices will be accompanied by some new features that Google announced in its official Chrome blog a few days ago.
The most important feature of the new version is that you will be able to view and copy the passwords you have saved directly from your browser settings.
Earlier versions of Chrome for Android did not have this feature and the only way to see your passwords was through passwords.google.com. From there you could (and can) manage your saved passwords. Of course it was not the most user-friendly way to handle passwords.
Keep in mind that although Google announced Chrome 62 for Android devices for days, it will take weeks to appear on the Play Store.
Those of you who can not wait for Google, you can download the upcoming version from APK Mirror.
To be able to install it you need to enable "install Android applications from unknown sources" in the security settings. The change in settings is necessary because .apk is not distributed through Google Play.