A couple of times in the last few weeks I’ve mentioned that I’m enjoying using the Google Chrome web browser, but really miss being able to use 1Password, as it’s not yet supported.
That support has now begun, with an alpha version for the developer version of Chrome. That’s a fair few ‘ifs’ and ‘buts’, but if you’re a brave soul who can happily handle possible crashes and weirdness then it may be for you:
We're so early in the development phase for our Chrome extension that the main feedback we're soliciting at this point is "yay 1Password works in Chrome!" or "it doesn't even work." Right now, the only features that (are supposed to) work are unlocking 1Password and filling simple login forms (in other words: 1Password can fill usernames and passwords into a number of sites in Chrome, but we know that plenty don't work yet). Don't forget: this is an alpha feature for a beta developer platform.
I followed the easy instructions and tested it by logging in to this blog. That worked.