Starting with builds dated 6/5/2014 or newer, OmniROM will now be based around Android 4.4.3 KitKat.
Last March we reported on a developer who wanted to bring the “always listening” feature to OmniROM. Well… this is almost ready, guys!
Guillaume Lesniak, the man behind the Focal camera app and one of the founders of the OmniROM project, is working on giving always-on listening capabilities to the Nexus 5.
OmniROM is already packed full of unique features, but the dev team seems keen to keep adding more and more. The latest additions to OmniROM include the integration of customizable Sound Themes and a new app management idea called OmniSwitch.
OmniROM has stumbled across a solution to the Android multi-window problem from a rather unlikely source, WebOS. Could this be the multitasking feature that we’ve all been waiting for?
The OmniROM team is working on adding a KitKat smart dialer alternative of its own based on OpenStreetMap.
OmniROM is teasing “unique privacy and security features” for next year, without actually revealing what it’s working on.
An early KitKat-based OmniROM version for the Nexus 5 is already available to users interested in running custom ROMs on the device.
Several Android custom ROM makers including AOKP, CyanogenMod, OmniROM and Paranoid Android have announced more Android 4.4 KitKat update details.
OmniROM is a brand new custom ROM for Android, which was officially announced at BABBQ (Big Android BBQ). Read on for more details!