Cyanogen is looking to expand its operations in India, by opening up a 50 employee office in the country to focus on its custom OS and quality control.
Cyanogen wants to give app developers better access to the features of CyanogenMod/Cyanogen OS with the launch of the new, open source Platform SDK.
Today, OnePlus announced that OnePlus One owners in India who are running Cyanogen OS will continue to receive OTA updates from here on out.
The folks over at Cyanogen have just announced a partnership with Truecaller which will eventually bring web-enabled caller ID functionality into smartphones running Cyanogen OS.
Android fans, this week brought us the much anticipated LG G4. Featuring a striking leather outfit, a vibrant display, and a top-notch camera, LG’s device shapes up to be one of the top smartphones of the year and go head to head with Samsung’s Galaxy S6. In other news, Microsoft announced that Android apps will be able to run on Windows devices with just a few modifications; an intriguing rumor surfaced about a possible Xperia P successor; the divorce between Cyanogen and OnePlus was all but made official; Google made it possible to control tons of apps with voice commands; and we’ve got a glimpse of the upcoming Oppo R7.
As Cyanogen ends its partnership with OnePlus, the company may turn to other Chinese smartphone vendors to bring its custom Android OS to the global market.
Reports are coming in that Cyanogen and OnePlus have resumed the rollout of the Cyanogen 12 OTA (Lollipop) for the OnePlus One.
Android fans, LG seems bent on revealing everything about the G4 ahead of its official announcement on April 28, and while leaks are fun and all, we can’t say we’re mad that we’re getting some actual info straight from the source. This week also brought us some more news suggesting the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will be sales hits; Google updated several of its apps and launched a brand new one; Cyanogen made waves with its Microsoft partnership; and Huawei introduced the sleek P8 and its totally excessive variant, the 6.8-inch P8 Max.
Cyanogen and Microsoft just announced that Cyanogen OS devices will come pre-loaded with top Microsoft apps, as part of a “strategic partnership.”
After more than a few delays and a teaser earlier this week, Cyanogen has finally begun pushing out the update to the Lollipop-based Cyanogen 12 OS.