Waves Blockchain Announces Waves Keeper

Waves Platform is a blockchain technology platform that allows developers to build blockchain applications including tradeing and smart contracts. 
Today, Waves announced a new product called Waves Keeper, a browser extension to access Waves transactions from a web browser. Currenctly, Waves Keeper is available for Google Chrome only but expected to be released for other browsers as well.
From the company blog announcement: 
The new Waves Keeper browser extension turns your browser into a keychain that enables you to sign transactions securely on third-party web resources without entering your seed or password. So now, if a Waves-integrated website or dApp requires you to sign a transaction, you can do it with just a couple of clicks, right in your browser.
Your account information is encrypted and stored locally on your computer. It will never be accessed outside the extension and cannot be stolen. You can also add multiple wallets and switch between them easily. If you ever forget the password to your account, you’ll be able to restore it with your SEED phrase, just like the regular Client.
The extension will be particularly useful to developers who want to embed Waves functionality in their projects, because it supports the Auth and Payment APIs. For testing purposes you can switch between using it on MainNet and TestNet.