I received an IOHK support ticket response this week that recommended I install the Yoroi wallet:
The Daedalus wallet is a full-node wallet, so it can take time to install and can be difficult to use depending on your machine and your network connection. We have a light wallet that is a chrome extension, which is easy to install and use. You can find more info at https://yoroi-wallet.com/#/.
This statement appears to be in direct conflict with their article on Cybersecurity Guidelines for Cardano Users. Of course, that article is about Daedalus, but for the end user, it seems confusing. Honestly, I was a bit baffled by the contradiction. I thought Yoroi was primarily an iOS app. Even in Apple's locked down ecosystem, I was having doubts about installing and using it. But as a browser extension? How is that safe enough for them to recommend?