CyanogenMod has announced that it is working on Gello, an open-source browser based on Google’s Chromium project, which includes loads of customization options for Android. Also Read - CyanogenMod 13.0 Release 1 goes official: Here’s a list of new features and compatible devices
According to thenextweb.com, the early demo videos show features from the current build that may or may not be included into the final version. Also Read - OnePlus misses deadline to release OxygenOS today
The features may include an offline reading mode, immersive and night modes, site-by-site settings for privacy and security and the ability to save downloads in a preferred location and name files before saving them. In addition, the team pointed out that its browser won’t be compatible with older devices that have a small storage partition. Also Read - Yu Yureka to go sale on Amazon India at 2.00PM tomorrow
Also, Gello will be available in a future version of CyanogenMod’s Android ROM. CyanogenMod have not yet decided a release date for Gello.