The CM Apps app was recently released in the Google Play Store. And it looks like another Cyanogen branded app will soon be available. This other is the CM Theme Showcase app and it is set to arrive for download on June 16th.
If the whole benchmark cheating scandal has had you shaking your head, this latest revelation might just leave you scratching it. It seems that CyanogenMod will be introducing performance profiles that automatically adjust hardware throughput depending on the app, and one of those included in its whitelist is AnTuTu.
If you've ever wanted to use CyanogenMod's custom Android apps but didn't want to say goodbye to your favorite ROM or stock version, then worry no more. This handy CM Apps utility makes a good number of those apps available, no matter what Android ROM or firmware you are running.
These days it's no longer surprising to hear some new smartphone being flashed with some version of CyanogenMod. But for reasons both subtle and not, running the modified CyanogenMod 11S designed for the OnePlus One on the OPPO Find 7a is still an interesting mix.
CyanogenMod has announced the availability of the CM11 nightly builds for the HTC One (M8). The builds will be available by way of the CyanogenMod download page and users should be looking for the "m8" designation. There will be a total of six versions available so you'll need to find your specific model number.
If you've been closely following developments in the CyanogenMod ROM scene, you'll probably notice they've been busy reworking the theme engine. Now the dev team is giving a sneak peek at one of the more user visible result of this endeavor, a brand new Theme Chooser.
It's time for another monthly milestone release from CyanogenMod, the sixth in CM 11 to be exact. But more than just a list of changes since the last update, the developer team is also announcing a shift in the pace at which they roll out M release, going from every 4 weeks to every 2 weeks.
The CyanogenMod dev team has made an important PSA (public service announcement) that will critically affect those running nightly builds on a number of HTC's smartphones. Due to changes in one of the important processes for getting a Linux system, like Android, up and running, those devices will need a more recent version of the CWM or TWRP recoveries.
It has been another busy week for the folks over at CyanogenMod and now they're sharing with the community the fruits of their labors. Looking back at all the activity from last week, we see a couple of new features, some of which have already made their way to CyanogenMod 11 nightlies.
We've already seen plenty on the Geeksphone Revolution, and as of today it looks like another update has arrive. The company has announced a new software option, and perhaps more important for some -- a price cut. The price cut will bring things down to 199€.