Feature to roll out over the next couple of weeks
Google finally transitioned from the solid black bar at the top of all of its sites to using more of an "app launcher" style approach, and just like on your Android you can now organize the Google Bar to your liking. What used to require a third-party extension is now easily done natively by simply clicking and dragging the icons in the app launcher to whatever view you'd like.
When you click an icon you'll also notice the window expand so you can choose to swap or expand the list with slightly less-popular Google services. If you're looking for something extra obscure you can even click "Even more from Google" and add services like Google Scholar or Orkut to your app launcher. It's such a simple change that it's hard to think that this wasn't included in the initial rollout, but at least it's available now.
Google says it could take a couple weeks for you to see it, so keep an eye on your Google Bar for the change going forward.