Since Google released Chrome Beta for Android with faster browsing, new tabs, and place shifting, we've seen a few updates, including one that finally made The Verge load properly. Today the browser took another step away from beta status with a handful of new features. First up is that the app is now available in every country that Google Play is in, and Google has added 31 languages to the browser. A major issue that's now been solved is that the browser will now prompt you to open certain links — like those from YouTube — in their respective apps. There's also a new option in the menu to request the desktop version of a site if a particular page you visit stubbornly pushes you to a truncated mobile view, and the browser will also listen to proxy settings you've set up on your phone or tablet. Lastly, the browser has at long last gotten a feature that's been in the stock Android browser for nearly as long as we can remember — the ability to pin bookmarks to your homescreens. The update is available now for Android 4.0 smartphones and tablets from Google Play.