We've just released a beta version of our upcoming Chrome browser extension. You can download it now, but please be aware that it is in very early beta. If you're not a fan of things breaking, then I'd suggest holding off for now. Right now we're looking for people to help us test it in various scenarios and be active in giving us feedback. This is why you won't find a link in the project create process just yet.
As a first release it ticks most of the boxes. We automatically look up your projects and URLs and embed BugHerd into the appropriate websites for you. If you're not logged into BugHerd we'll let you know, and you can quickly and easily log back in. It will work across multiple projects and even has a quick link to add new projects.
If you're interested in contributing to the extension, we have it up on GitHub and would love input from the more technical minded of you. Building Chrome extensions isn't our core business, so we're happy to get your thoughts on how we can improve the performance and structure.
When we find some time we'll be adding things like badges, alerts, quick sign-in and a quick way to create projects. First cab off the rank will be to make a better URL matching scheme (at the moment it's a simple string match, which is less than ideal).
If you have any issues or questions about the extension, or would like to complain about it not being available for other browsers, please jump over to our support site and let us know.