Android alternative boosted by $7m funding
The CyanogenMod allows Android smartphone users to swap the official version of Android for one that gives them more control over their device which can vary from a smartphone to a tablet , provided it is powered by an Android OS. It is reportedly mentioned that it has been installed on over seven million Android devices.
Coming over to the funding perspective , the $7 million investment has helped found a company to employ the coders who have been working on the project which was non monetary. Cyanogen Inc will be based in Seattle and have as its technology Chief Steve Kondik, who has worked a lot on the same as per his dedicated work online.
Moving on to installions sequence and minor details installing the mod lets Android owners clean out unwanted apps and programs put on a phone by manufacturers and mobile operators. In inclusive addition , it gives all users access to apps and features developed solely for Cyanogen.