Google’s reinvention of the Chrome bookmark system, called Google Stars, was first spotted by Florian Kiersch nearly a month ago. Today, it looks like the Chrome extension and web interface are already live for the public, preceding any official word from Google about the burgeoning bookmarking service. For now, it looks like Stars is still in a dogfooding or testing phase.
Users who install the Chrome extension (linked at the bottom of the post) will be able to access the service’s web interface, which will automatically “add the Google magic to your data,” collecting a history of topics you’re interested in or things you’ve bookmarked, arranged automatically by date.
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Google Stars Chrome Extension And Web Interface Go Live, ‘Add The Google Magic’ To Your Bookmarks [Update] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.