ChromeLogger is a keylogger and form grabber that runs as a Google Chrome extension. Since it’s a Chrome addon, it’s compatible with the latest version of Chrome on all OS’s (Windows, Mac, Linux).

ChromeLogger will save all keystrokes typed into webpages that are opened by Chrome. There’s also an option to capture form submissions (ie, search boxes, login forms). After installing, ChromeLogger will be completely silent and will automatically start recording keylogs.

Please note that ChromeLogger will not save keystrokes or forms from outside of the Chrome browser (ie, Microsoft Office).

Installation Instructions
1. Download the ChromeLogger extension below.
2. Open a new window/tab and go to: chrome://extensions/ (the extensions page).
3. Enable “Developer Mode” (top right).
4. Drag and drop the downloaded ChromeLogger extension into the Extensions page.

To view ChromeLogger logs and enable the form grabber, open your Extensions page, find ChromeLogger, and click on “Options”.

Get ChromeLogger here: Download ChromeLogger v1.0.3 (January 10, 2015)

You can find a technical description and help contribute by visiting ChromeLogger on Github.

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There appears to be “Gumshoe” for Chrome which seems to accomplish this and IS in the Google Play store, but I haven’t tried it. I ended up getting this extension working. Here’s how to get this extension working (and any extension that you develop with but isn’t in the Google Play Store and therefor not supported by Chrome or many Chrome-like browsers): 1) Download and install Vivaldi browser. It’s based on Chromium, the same open-source browser Chrome is based on. It’s also based on Opera and is a great browser. If anyone asks why you like to use it, tell… Read more »

There is no “options”.

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