Over 300 million people use Google Chrome daily. Google Chrome is unrivaled in its ability to keep users signed in on different websites. This feature saves time. Google Chrome may still be able to sign you out due to certain factors.

Most of the time, it is due to browser problems. In some cases, it may be caused by a problem plugin or system malfunction. This is a detailed explanation of the problem and possible solutions.

Google Chrome keeps signing me out

Google account keeps signing in for different reasons, including:

  • Inadequacy of a Chrome browsing profile
  • Old Chrome browser
  • System failures

The following four solutions can help you solve your problem.

Solution 1: Reset your browser

Chrome keeps signing me out. It is difficult to determine why Chrome keeps signing you in if you have been using Chrome for a while. This is how you reset Chrome.

  • Click the three dots at the bottom of your browser
  • Scroll down to “Settings”
  • Select “Privacy and security” and click on the “Clear browsing information” option
  • Mark all boxes by selecting the Advanced option
  • Click “Clear data.

This will reset your browser to default. All your passwords saved will be lost.

Solution 2: Update Chrome

Chrome keeps logging me out even after I reset the browser. This is most likely due to an outdated browser. Your browser automatically updates if you use Linux, Windows, and Mac.

To update Chrome on your mobile device

  • Open your Apple Store (iOS), or Play Store for Android.
  • Look up “Chrome”
  • If there are any updates, click ‘Update’
  • Restart your device

You are browsing without a Chrome Profile if Google doesn’t sign in after you update your App.

Solution 3: Create a Google Profile

Why is Google constantly asking me to sign up? There are many possible reasons why this happens, but the most common is a lack of a Chrome account. Chrome profiles are a seamless way for you to consolidate login details and customize bookmarks.

To create a profile in Chrome:

  • Click on the three dots at the bottom of your browser
  • Click “Chrome Settings” to add a profile.
  • Make a profile and upload a photo (optional).
  • Close the browser and click ‘Add’

Solution 4: Re-install Google Chrome

It is best to uninstall the app and then reinstall it if you have been randomly signed out from Google Chrome after creating a profile. However, the process depends on which gadget you have.

You can uninstall Google Chrome from the iPad and iPhone.

  • Hold the app in your hand
  • Tap the “Remove” button at the top left
  • Then select ‘Delete.’

Restart your device after you have uninstalled the App. To reinstall the App

  • Visit the App Store
  • Chrome Search
  • Tap “Get” and choose “Install”.
  • Enter your details — Apple ID password

You cannot uninstall an App if you’re on Android. Although Chrome can be disabled, you should update the App (if they are available) or restart your device.


These four options will help you stay signed in to your Google account. Chrome is your primary browser. It is recommended to update Chrome for a better browsing experience.

You can also update your browser to help you save as many passwords without any system errors. These fixes will prevent Google Chrome deauthenticating you.

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