Google expert Florian Kiersch recently revealed that Google’s testing a bookmarking app called “Stars,” and he’s just posted a video (embedded below) showing how it might work. The initial leak exposed how you could star web pages from Chrome’s address bar, organize them by folders, and search content within those pages. Those searches would use suggestions and auto-complete like Chrome, displaying the results in an “image-rich grid.” Now, a splash screen (above) has confirmed much of that, and his demo shows how your favorites can be organized from a primary screen and set to private or public visibility. That’s how you’d automatically share links with the public or keep them confined to your Google circles. Stars may arrive in the future as an app or extension on Chrome and would probably be embedded in other Google apps too — assuming it survives the beta.

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