[Update] Chrome is officially supported in Roboform, just be sure to download the latest version here: Roboform Pro.
Yes, they have an alpha version that works with Chrome. Actually, it seems that Chrome doesn't have yet a stable add-on framework, so this alpha version works with Chromium, which practically it's the same as Chrome.
So what you can do to test the integration between Roboform and Chrome:
- There's no need to install this anymore since RoboformforChromium.exe already contains the installer for Chromium 3.0 too (so if you have Chromium 4 installed you need to uninstall it first)
- Make sure you have the latest version of Roboform, so if you don't download and install it here: RoboForm 6.9.97
- Download and install after that Roboform for Chrome here (it includes the setup for Chromium): RoboformForChromium
- Run Chromium and you'll see the Roboform toolbar attached at the end of the browser.
- Any bugs should be submitted via support.roboform.com
This is an adapter, just like they use with Firefox, and just like it was with Firefox in time they'll integrate it as a toolbar at the top. Right now this alpha version of Roboform works with Chromium, until Chrome has a stable add-on framework. Details about Roboform for Chrome/Chromium are here. Thank you roboform developers, reading from that page it seems that there was a lot of work to do and it seems that they collaborated directly with Google/Apple for this:
Google Chrome does not yet have a stable and public add-on framework in the same way that Firefox does. Their add-on framework in in development. There are very few add-ons publicly available from any software provider, including us. However, our developers have been in constant communication with Google for the past few months and have done most of the leg work. When Google finalizes their public extensions framework, you can rest assured that RoboForm will work for Google Chrome within a very short time.
And here's how it looks like: