Apple’s rough rollout of iCloud password sync on Windows has hit another bump: you can at this point don’t download the version of the application that permitted syncing passwords from your Apple gadgets with your Chrome web browser on a Windows PC (through Windows Central).

Version 12 of Apple’s iCloud for Windows application released a week ago with supposed support for the feature, yet the Chrome extension to make it work wasn’t accessible until two days prior. Presently, version 12 is gone from the Windows Store, with version 11.6 having its spot.

Unusually, the changelog on the Windows Store actually says that the password syncing functionality is available. Be that as it may, after downloading, the application shows the version as 11.6 in the top right.

As The 8-Bit notes, the late-to-the-party Chrome Extension is as yet accessible on the Chrome Web Store, at least for now. Anybody still on version 11 of the iCloud for Windows application, however, will not have the option to redesign and take advantage of the extension anyhow. In any case, on the off chance that you as of now have version 12 on your PC, Windows will not make you downgrade to the past version.

It’s unclear why Apple pulled the update — the reviews for the Chrome extension aren’t acceptable, however a large number of them are clients announcing that it doesn’t deal with Mac, which it’s not intended for.

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