In this week’s Google Play Weekly we talk about iOS apps on Android, OEM skin apps anywhere, Portal, Half-Life 2, and some Android apps you shouldn’t miss!
The CyanogenMod team just announced the release of nightly CM 11 builds for the critically acclaimed HTC One (M8). The device will bear the M8 codename and builds will be available for the GSM, Verizon, and Sprint versions.
On Sunday, the CyanogenMod team began pushing out the M6 release of CyanogenMod 11, based on Android 4.4. Moving forward, the plan is to release milestone versions of CyanogenMod every two weeks, replacing the old Stable/Release Candidate system.
Did OnePlus manage to keep all its promises with its first flagship smartphone? We find out, as we go hands-on with the OnePlus One!
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Cyanogen’s new logo and brand identity reflects the values and aspirations of the ambitious project, with customization, security, and openness at the center.
Another detail has emerged regarding the CyanogenMod powered OnePlus One. The smartphone will feature a 3100mAh non-removable battery, accompanied by a new mystery battery technology.
CyanogenMod 11 nightly builds have been released for the T-Mobile (XT1053) and Verizon (XT1060) developer edition of the Moto X.
We’ve sat down with Carl Pei, who handles international relations for OnePlus, to talk about the company’s goals and plans for the next two years. Here’s the interview.
Now that Google certification has come to the CyanogenMod phone, also known as the Oppo N1, we wanted to show you how to get CM installed on your N1.