1Password X: A look at the future of 1Password in the browser | AgileBits Blog

While we are on this particular train. Agile Bits have done a lot for user security, with the release of their new browser based app, the are doing more. The 1Password X  browser will also allow Linux and Chrome OS users to get in on the act. It’s not something that I need personally, but I can see how this will be useful. They write:

Wouldn’t it be cool if 1Password could do X?” is a question we often ask ourselves. The values for X are always changing, but some ideas come up again and again. Wouldn’t it be cool if…

• When you log in to a site, 1Password is right there on the page ready to fill?

• You could use 1Password without downloading the app?

• Linux users and Chrome OS users could join in on the fun?

Now 1Password can do all these and more. We call it 1Password X, and it’s our brand new, full-featured experience that runs entirely in your browser. It’s super easy to set up, deploy, and use. It works everywhere Chrome works, including Linux and Chrome OS. And it’s a re-imagination of how 1Password works on the web.