Cyanogen Themes App will let you download and swap themes on the go
After much speculation about the feature, Cyanogen has finally unveiled their much-anticipated software called the Cyanogen Themes App which lets you browse through available themes (paid and free) that you can store in your phone and easily swap when need be.
Starting from Micromax’s new Yu phone, the app will roll out to other Android smartphones. The Themes App can change “nearly all components of the mobile user interface, including wallpapers, icons, fonts, boot animations, and controls,” quoted Cyanogen.
Only free themes will be available on the app for now pending more development by the tech start-up even though “paid themes will be added for purchase in the future.”
Micromax and Cyanogen recently reached an agreement which will see both company working on an OEM-to-software developer basis. The contract is also expected to produce Micromax devices with Cyanogen Android user interface.
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