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This is a bug with the Google UI, and not intentional. You were right to notice the distinction, but it shouldn't be used as any kind of example of good design. As of now (March 2015), Google is in the middle of a long process of migrating its apps and platforms to Material Design, and it will take a while before most apps are compliant. Material Design ...
Technically, the upper and the lower part belong to two different software products. The upper one implements the UI to the user account, and handles the navigation. The lower part belongs to the current application. I assume they where created at different times. Between these, there was a change in the style guide used, regarding how to style tooltips. ...
I would go with the native tooltip if possible (if you're not trying to do a fancy tooltip with icons or colors). This will be most familiar to users and you don't have to worry as much about accessibility, etc. in the way you do when you use a custom solution.
I'm pretty sure it's because Drive is developped by another team than the team who's working on the Google account canvas. More a question of schedule/production rather than UX/UI thought I guess.
I don't have an authoritative answer BUT the two tool tips refer to different environments and Google's designers might have wanted to differentiate between them. The first, "plain," tooltip is for Google's main navigation section. The second, "styled," tooltip is for the individual app within the broader Google environment.
Your concerns with making the entire address a hyperlink are valid. Another potential issue with that approach is that it would make trying to copy the address more difficult, as users might inadvertently launch the link while just trying to copy the address. Option 2 makes much more sense, and you could be even more concise with a link of, “View in Google ...
Dont use OAuth , You can use google+ Sign in . http://janrain.com/product/social-login/ . Go through the URL .These guys provide the best service
Assuming you're tying yourself into Google for a social login, you should use Google+. OAuth and OAuth2 are deprecated and will no longer be supported in the future. Google Apps basically uses Google+ sign in now as far as I'm aware, as every Google account can be used for Google+ sign in even if the user doesn't have a Google+ account.
Adding a hyperlink divert the user from your app. Better embed the google map on your app instead of adding hyperlink. Or If you only want to add a hyperlink, then add a text saying Locate our property on Google Map and upon clicking that link it should open PopUp to show your google map.
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