Today, CyanogenMod announced Nextbit which automatically syncs your apps across devices so you can continue what you were doing on any device!
The Cyanogen Camera app is now available for free download through the Google Play Store. It officially supports CyanogenMod 11S, but you can always side load and let us know how it goes.
Roughly three weeks after the release of CM11 M10, the Cyanogen team is back with a new milestone release that brings many small improvements and bug fixes.
Rumors and speculation are heating up as the new Nexus 6 looms closer, and this week brought us a few more details to geek over. But that wasn’t the only cool news in the Android universe this week – we spent some time with the Note 4, got to see what the fuss is about #gapgate, got a peek at Samsung’s interpretation of Android L, learned about Google’s interest in Cyanogen, and met HTC’s new Desire Eye for the first time.
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Kate Upton mode is headed to the CyanogenMod camera app, it is a simple update that adds Pressy inspired functionality to help you with your selfies and other picture taking adventures.
HTC’s US Product Manager Leigh Momii is leaving the company for Cyanogen, where she’ll take on a role as the company’s product evangelist.
The latest milestone release of CyanogenMod brings new bug tracking features, the ability to long press on the recent apps button to switch to the last used app, a soft reboot option, and other features.
The folks over on the XDA forums have made possible the official support of CyanogenMod 11 on the Motorola Moto G 4G. Let the ROMing of the second iteration of Motorola’s best selling device begin.
The Information reports that Cyanogen is being courted by several of the biggest names in the tech industry, including Microsoft, Yahoo, Samsung, and Amazon. Cyanogen even met with Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella.
Cyanogen Inc. is working with Nextbit, a company founded by former core members of the Android team, on a mystery project.