Google Chrome keeps signing me out! The real fix

Over 300 million people use Google Chrome daily. One of the features that make Google Chrome unmatched is its ability to keep users logged in on different websites. This feature helps in saving time. However, Google may sign you out of websites on Chrome due to some factors.

In most occasions, this is usually due to problems with your browser. However, in some cases, it could be due to a problematic plugin or system failure. Here’s a more detailed look into the problem and its solutions.

Why Google Chrome keeps signing you out

Some of the reasons why Google account keeps signing out include:

  • Lack of a Chrome browsing profile
  • Outdated Chrome browser
  • System failures

Fortunately, you can solve the problem through the following four solutions.

Solution #1: Reset your browser

Why does Chrome keep signing me out? If you have used Chrome for some time, it is hard to pinpoint the reason why the browser keeps signing you out. However, you can reset the browser using this process:

  • Click on the three dots on the far right of your browser
  • Scroll down to ‘Settings’
  • Go to “Privacy and Security” and select the “Clear browsing data” option
  • Select the ‘Advanced’ option and mark all the boxes
  • Click “Clear data.”

This process resets your browser to default. However, all your saved passwords will be lost.

Solution #2: Update Chrome

Why does Chrome keep logging me out after resetting the browser? The most likely reason for this specific issue is that you are on an outdated browser. If you are using a Linux, Windows, or Mac, your browser updates automatically.

To update Chrome on your mobile device

  • Open your Apple Store (iOS) or Play Store (Android)
  • Search ‘Chrome’
  • Click ‘Update’ if there are updates
  • Restart your device

If Google won’t stay signed in after updating your App, you are probably browsing without a Chrome Profile.

Solution #3: Create a Chrome Profile

Why does Google keep asking me to sign in? While there are several probable reasons for this issue, lack of a Chrome profile tops the list. The Chrome profile is a seamless way to consolidate your login details and customized bookmarks.

To create a Chrome profile:

  • Click the three dots on the far right of your browser
  • Select “Chrome Settings” and click “Add Profile.”
  • Create a Profile and add a picture (optional)
  • Click ‘Add’ and close the browser

Solution #4: Uninstall and re-install the Google Chrome

If you are randomly signed out of google after creating a Chrome profile, it is advisable to uninstall and then reinstall the App. The processes, however, depends on your gadget.

To uninstall Google Chrome on iPad and iPhone:

  • Touch and hold the App
  • Tap ‘Remove’ on the top left
  • Then select ‘Delete.’

After uninstalling the App, restart your device. To re-install the App:

  • Go to the App Store
  • Search for Chrome
  • Tap ‘Get’ and select ‘Install’
  • Enter your details — Apple ID password

If you are on Android, you cannot uninstall the App. While there is an option to disable Chrome, it is advisable to update the App (if there are available updates) or restart your device.


The four solutions explain how to stay signed in to Google account. If you use Chrome as your primary browser, it is advisable to check Chrome updates for a better browsing experience.

Also, updating your browser helps you to save as many passwords as possible without system errors. These fixes should prevent Google Chrome from signing you out.


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