[LEAKED] The Secret Google Project Called 'Google Stars'

Google Stars will enable web pages, images, videos, emails, Maps locations, Google+ pages, Drive documents and more to be moved to a library.

Google Is Testing A Cloud Service Bookmarking Tool Called Google Stars

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Google is testing a new Chrome feature that would allow users to save any piece of content — an email, a web page, an image — and review it later as part of a searchable, organizable library.

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The Feature Was First Unearthed By Florian Kiersch, A German Student Who Enjoys Trawling Google Code

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"Thank you for dogfooding Google Stars!" reads one output in the code, suggesting that Google employees are testing the feature now. "We are working hard to make Google Stars a product you love."

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Google Stars was originally called Google Collections, Kiersch writes, and it looks like a cross between Pinterest, Dropbox, and Del.icio.us, laid out in an image-rich grid. "More beautiful than bookmarks," the source code says.

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The Stars Is Like Pocket, Sans Reading. The Interface Is A Bit Like Drive For The Web, Wherein You Can Save Your Favourite Pages In A Card-Based Environment.

Go anywhere on the web - in Google Chrome, the web browser - and hit the star on the far right of the address bar. From there, Google will save said piece of the internet for your later browsing.

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You can make folders of your own, you can view all of your content at once, and you create filters. The entire setup looks extremely simple - like Google Drive, but until you start to fill "Stars" up, it’s barren.

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Stars Could End Up Being A True Cataloging For Your Web Content, Replete With A Simplified Interface

What seems to be a neat way to catalog bookmarks (you bookmark something in Chrome by highlighting the star, after all) could lead to much more. What it is right now is a new way to find and share bookmarks, which is either really unnecessary or leading into something extensively cool.

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WATCH: The Video That Explains The Google Stars

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