Tag Archives: CyanogenMod

CyanogenMod 9 Music Player Alpha Available Now

We’ve been hearing about the custom music app that has been slated to hit CyanogenMod 9 soon, and an alpha version of “Apollo” has been released to the public. It’ll work on any ICS phone, rooted or not, CM9 or not, which is great for the stock crowd running official ICS. You can grab the APK here. The app is very similar to Google Play Music. One… Read more

CyanogenMod 9 Music Player now available for download

Weeks ago, reports came down the pipe that the CyanogenMod Music Player application would be made available for anyone out there to download, whether they were rooted or not. This morning, we’ve got good news and even better news, as the application has finally become publicly available for anyone who wants to download it. It’s not available in the Android… Read more

CyanogenMod hits 1 million unique user installs

CyanogenMod is most one of the most popular custom ROMs currently available, and they now have a big number to show it. Last night the original creator of the ROM let the world know that they officially have 1 million unique user installs. That means that the ROM has been flashed on 1 million different devices. Of those installs, the most popular version… Read more

CyanogenMod Team contemplates a root/banned-app store

Looks like some action on the Google+ yesterday. One of the members of the CyanogenMod team, Koushik Dutta, posted an interesting idea on the CyanogenMod Google+ account. The post outlined a plan to develop a separate app store that would bring root-access-required apps and apps banned from the Market together, not unlike Cydia for the iOS platform which… Read more