1Password: Frustrating difference

As a subscriber to 1Password, and prior to this having purchased their app, I find it frustrating the disparity between extensions on Safari and Google Chrome.

On Safari, I am only asked to authenticate to access each time using either a password periodically, or after the initial login, Touch ID.

On Google Chrome, which I must use for my Masters studies, I am often presented with a dialog which does not recognise that I am a subscriber. This is a frustrating and poor customer experience that has resulted in a 1 ⭐️ experience rating and comment left on the Apple Store tonight as it has gone on long enough.

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