Share passwords using AirDrop with Safari on Mac
You can use AirDrop with Safari to securely share passwords with an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, or another Mac.
iCloud Keychain must be set up on your iPhone or iPod touch (iOS 6 or later), iPad or Mac.
Send a password
The person you’re sending to must be in your Contacts. To send to someone on a Mac, they must allow themselves to be discovered in AirDrop in the Finder. To send to someone on an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, ask them to open Control Centre and turn on AirDrop.
In the Safari app on your Mac, choose Safari > Preferences, then click Passwords.
Enter your password (or if your Mac or Magic Keyboard has Touch ID, you can use Touch ID).
Control-click the website with the password you want to share, then choose Share with AirDrop.
Click the person you want to send it to.
Receive a password
In the Safari app on your Mac, when you receive a password from someone else, you can choose whether to accept it. If you accept it, the Passwords pane of Safari preferences opens.