Google has released Chrome for Android beta build with a new set of desktop like features. Google has added support for about 31 languages in the countries where Google Play is accessible by default. Chrome for Android beta also has a desktop view option and one can add bookmarks to the speed dials.
Google Chrome for Android beta is now officially available in more countries. The mobile browser supports 31 more international languages to load the text properly. Also, if you aren’t comfortable with the mobile web page, you can choose the desktop version of the website.
Favorite website bookmarks can be anchored to the speed dial of the homescreen of Chrome. If your WiFi setup has a proxy, then you can also configure the proxy settings for Chrome mobile browser.
The web browser can also be configured to open native apps for web links such as YouTube app for videos.
Chrome for Android beta works only on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich devices and is thereby limited only to select devices.