I just covered how happy I was to learn that Bookmarklets work like a charm on the BlackBerry 10 browser. With that said I had to try out the one bookmarklet that I use the most on both my PC and now my phone. The bookmarklet is called Remember Passwords by Stephen Ostermiller. The reason this bookmarklet is so important to me is because I love saving my password as often as I can. Since my device is password protected I find it redundant to have to login to every site that I have. For most sites like Facebook this is no problem since the BlackBerry 10 browser will save your password. The problem arises with sites that consider themselves sensitive and tell the browser to specifically NOT save passwords.
That is where the Remember Passwords Bookmarklet steps in. You can go to a website that blocks you saving passwords, think Chase bank or Mint.com, and then open up your bookmarks and select the “Remember Passwords” Bookmarklet. The bookmarklet will then remove the code instructing the BlackBerry 10 browser not to save your password. Once that is done you can save your password and it will show up as a saved password in the future!
To get the Remember Password Bookmarklet just hold your finger on this link until the context menu pops up and select the “add bookmark” button.
NOTE: I take no responsibility for anything you do with this bookmarklet or if someone uses your saved password for a nefarious purpose. I recommend you only do this if you have a password protecting your BlackBerry or only use it for sites that are not sensitive.