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    I have an Asus Flip Chromebook and installed SafeInCloud using the Chrome OS developer version that supports Android Play Store apps. Attempting to launch SafeInCloud causes me to be prompted to grant permission to access the database in DropBox. On the Dropbox.com Website, when I click "Allow," I get the following error "External Protocol Request. Google Chrome OS does not support launching an external application to handle db-wi10d2d4asf66av: links." Please see if you able to resolve this problem with SafeInCloud. If you can, then I'm absolutely positive that the app will work perfectly under Chrome OS, just like almost all other Android apps.

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    Long, long, long overdue. Rather than platform-specific a secure Web app takes care of everyone.

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    If I had to guess, I'd say that reluctance to develop a Chrome OS version has something to do with the question of how to monetize a Web app and possibly how to keep it secure. Once the application can be accessed from a browser, it can be accessed from any OS, not just Chrome OS. This breaks the current approach to charging based on access from a Android or iOS native app. Sort of upsets the apple cart.

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    I have an Asus Flip Chromebook and installed SafeInCloud using the Chrome OS developer version that supports Android Play Store apps. Attempting to launch SafeInCloud causes me to be prompted to grant permission to access the database in DropBox. On the Dropbox.com Website, when I click "Allow," I get the following error "External Protocol Request. Google Chrome OS does not support launching an external application to handle db-wi10d2d4asf66av: links." Please see if you able to resolve this problem with SafeInCloud. If you can, then I'm absolutely positive that the app will work perfectly under Chrome OS, just like almost all other Android apps.

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    A secure Web app would be a wonderful thing.

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    Robert commented  · 

    I have an Asus Flip Chromebook and installed SafeInCloud using the Chrome OS developer version that supports Android Play Store apps. Attempting to launch SafeInCloud causes me to be prompted to grant permission to access the database in DropBox. On the Dropbox.com Website, when I click "Allow," I get the following error "External Protocol Request. Google Chrome OS does not support launching an external application to handle db-wi10d2d4asf66av: links." Please see if you able to resolve this problem with SafeInCloud. If you can, then I'm absolutely positive that the app will work perfectly under Chrome OS, just like almost all other Android apps.

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    Robert commented  · 

    I have an Asus Flip Chromebook and installed SafeInCloud using the Chrome OS developer version that supports Android Play Store apps. Attempting to launch SafeInCloud causes me to be prompted to grant permission to access the database in DropBox. On the Dropbox.com Website, when I click "Allow," I get the following error "External Protocol Request. Google Chrome OS does not support launching an external application to handle db-wi10d2d4asf66av: links." Please see if you able to resolve this problem with SafeInCloud. If you can, then I'm absolutely positive that the app will work perfectly under Chrome OS, just like almost all other Android apps.

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    All of the platform-specific version requests -- not just for Chrome OS, but also for all other platforms -- could be cleared by developing a secure Web app. The condition to access from the Web would be that the user had purchased at least one license for a smartphone version. Perhaps the technical challenge would be offset by the fact that a myriad of birds would be killed by this one stone.

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    I have an Asus Flip Chromebook and installed SafeInCloud using the Chrome OS developer version that supports Android Play Store apps. Attempting to launch SafeInCloud causes me to be prompted to grant permission to access the database in DropBox. On the Dropbox.com Website, when I click "Allow," I get the following error "External Protocol Request. Google Chrome OS does not support launching an external application to handle db-wi10d2d4asf66av: links." Please see if you able to resolve this problem with SafeInCloud. If you can, then I'm absolutely positive that the app will work perfectly under Chrome OS, just like almost all other Android apps.

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    A secure Web app would solve everyone's access issues.

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    I have an Asus Flip Chromebook and installed SafeInCloud using the Chrome OS developer version that supports Android Play Store apps. Attempting to launch SafeInCloud causes me to be prompted to grant permission to access the database in DropBox. On the Dropbox.com Website, when I click "Allow," I get the following error "External Protocol Request. Google Chrome OS does not support launching an external application to handle db-wi10d2d4asf66av: links." Please see if you able to resolve this problem with SafeInCloud. If you can, then I'm absolutely positive that the app will work perfectly under Chrome OS, just like almost all other Android apps.

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    A secure Web app would be more than cool. It's essential.

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    Just looking at all of the platform-specific request, it becomes apparent that a secure Web app for updating the password database is such an obvious need.

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    Best suggestion on the entire support site. Find a way to develop a Web app (not just a browser extension). That really solves 99% of everyone's access issues.

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    Why not look into developing a secure Web app?

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