If you are a user of RoboForm then you probably will not be fully using Google Chrome as your default browser.
That will probably change after your read this article.
As Google Chrome is the new kid on the block it was only a matter of time before extensions would be released. What I found today may have been around for a while but I haven’t seen it before so I thought I would film this tutorial for you.
I’ve not been using Chrome only because I use RoboForm daily for the sites I visit and they didn’t work together.
Google have just recently released Google Chrome Extensions for the Chrome browser which allows you to add little widgets to enhance your browsing experience. You can see a full list of Chrome Extension in the extensions gallery at: https://chrome.google.com/extensions
After a little research I found what I’ve been looking for! The long awaited RoboForm extension.
After installing it I was disappointed as the extension works nothing like RoboForm for Firefox. I’m sure Google will iron out any issues over time (please Google Chrome Team).
Anyway after a little further reading I found Chromium, the open source version of Chrome and also part of a much bigger project which is the Chromium OS (something I can’t wait to see). Chromium functions in excatly the same way as Chrome but is also another browser which runs off its own identity. The Chromium logo uses a nice blue colour scheme so you can see the difference in browsers.
I’ve not looked into Chromium much but all that matters to me is that I can run RoboForm with Chrome, so today I’m going to be putting it through its paces.
Video – How to Setup RoboForm for Google Chrome
This video tutorial covers more information on how you can start using Chrome.
Find the RoboForm for Chrome tutorial here: http://www.roboform.com/chrome.html