Cyanogen, the company behind the CyanogenMod open source operating system, is today announcing a rebranding, which will take it further away from its hacker-inspired roots and make it more mainstream than before. The new branding ditches the Android mascot logos and abundance of cyan for cleaner fonts and a simpler approach. It’s a better, more mature look for a company that has shifted away from just making tools for hackers and has software found on devices anyone can buy.
After I updated my Nexus 5 to CM12 I wasn’t getting the normal OTA updates like I used to with CM11. You can always download the nightly file from the CyanogenMod’s website and install it in recovery mode, but let’s be honest, updating with a simple click is