Google has apparently released a new extension of Google Chrome browser.
Called Google Bookmark Manager the extension would provide a way for users to keep a record of important websites and pages they would want to revisit, the verger has reported.
With Google Bookmark Manager, your existing collection of links will be automatically grouped into to folders, and when you add a new item (by hitting the familiar star button as you browse), Google will suggest folders to help you organize your links as well. You can also manually add a photo or notes to a bookmark for easier retrieval later.
Google claims that when users search through their bookmarks it won’t just look through URLs and website titles , it will also search the content of bookmarked pages as well.
It is still unclear if this is just public beta test since Google has not yet officially announced it.