Cyanogen OS 13.1: new version with modes from Microsoft, Twitter and other

Cyanogen OS 13.1: new version with modes from Microsoft, Twitter and other

Recently the development team from Cyanogen Inc. officially announced the release of next version Cyanogen OS (do not to confuse with the custom firmware Cyanogenmod): Cyanogen OS 13.1.

The new version of Cyanogen OS, which is based on Android source code, is already available for owners of smartphones OnePlus One. In the near future we can expect the release of updates for devices YU and ZUK that are supplied with a Cyanogen OS from the factory. What are the new functions and features of Cyanogen OS 13.1?

The main feature of new version Cyanogen OS 13.1 are mods, which are applications and services from third-party developers that are tightly integrated into the operating system.

The developers say that modes is more comfortable to use than usual installed applications.

Available modes in Cyanogen OS 13.1

For example, you can enable Twitter mode on the lock screen Cyanogen OS 13.1 and chat or read tweets in full screen mode without having to unlock the smartphone completely. Microsoft Cortana mode has a voice commands, such as “take a selfie” that allows you to quickly make a self-portrait.

Cyanogen OS 13.1: new version with modes from Microsoft, Twitter and other

Skype mode in Cyanogen OS 13.1 is tightly integrated into Contacts and Phone book.

OneNote will provide you the ability to create notes during a conversation or correspondence by e-mail without leaving the email application.

Microsoft Hyperlapse mode will please fans of the ability to shoot video in an accelerated mode, image stabilization and editing without having to exit Camera application.

The developers of Cyanogen Inc. says that new concept of mods introduce an entirely new era for users of smartphones and tablets. It will be an era of post-application:

If you have smartphone OnePlus One, you can download update Cyanogen OS 13.1 right now by link.

Cyanogen OS 13.1: new version with modes from Microsoft, Twitter and other updated: June 13, 2016 author: John Cross