Dedicated desktop app.
David Cunningham commented
100% agree with this. Desktop app with local/offline availability, please.
Create a browser-independent password manager that can be used locally and synchronized with proton drive.
Yes!!! I hate having to type in passwords when I'm signing in to a fresh install of a browser or app or remote desktop or verifying my Windows password. It would be great if having the desktop app installed meant that a browser extension wasn't necessary. I'm pretty sure I read that there is increased security risk when your password manager is an extension in your browser, like it can be attacked through the browser interface or something.
A good backup to browser app
Agreeing with this. The browser extension is handy for sure, but there are numerous non-browser uses for a password DB that are less well suited to going back to a browser, such as logins for network devices, gaming, and some general personal records keeping items. Offline storage is also an important part of this.
Mufeed Ali commented
I wish Proton Pass' desktop app would come with the "Ctrl+Shift+Space" functionality that 1Password has.
Proton User commented
Only thing I miss migrating from bitwarden is their linux app
Must have if you compare what others solutions offers
This is essential. Also because I want to have an offline fully working copy of my password vault.
So, a cross platform desktop app, with offline storage of course, is essential.
This is critical to me, otherwise there is no reason to use Proton Pass.
Sonia Ruiz commented
Desktop App +1
+1 for Linux support please
Critical LINUX and if you are not sure yet I will write it again LINUX! just saying because you always forget (ignore) about us... Maybe as Flatpak and an AppImage?
MacOS native Desktop App as well would be Great
DAVID COWAN “silverbak” McCAA commented
this would be so much better than one drive or the multidude of googles
Austyn Travis commented
Please, this would be fantastic.
This is a critical point for me. Using Bitwarden since some years (and KeepassXC), a desktop app is not just useful for me, but essential.
I'm still using "SafeInClound "- it's a great app but not superb. I will be honest with you guys, please don't judge me, I know it's stupid but Russian names behind this app (sorry Andrey) have leaded me to change to Proton Pass. I bought the 12€/year forever subscription and this is maximum what this kind of tool is worth to me. A desktop app will really help to maintain all the passwords we store.I've checked other tools as well like Roboform etc. and hope Proton will rock the Universe ;) Thanks Protoners.
After reading other comments, my vote goes for a desktop app. :-)
The desktop application is necessary, browser extensions are not enough.
I remember that all competitors have a desktop application.