The makers of the CyanogenMod have been updating their system continuously with new features since its first launch. They have improved Notifications and the settings option is now better as well and the protected apps feature is now ready to be availed in this build. CyanogenMod 11 has come up in its latest builds to provide your android system with better security with Towelroot concerns and OpenSSL.
Heads up is a novel mode of notifications in the form of floating notifications. They have introduced this format to get notifications or have a display of notifications over the running activities. This floating display of notification is not restricted to display only but you can also enjoy it full access. For example, you can reply to incoming notification or even can expand it to enhance its view and stuff. Heads up is a very useful and handy tool to interact with your android’s notifications. If you are in the middle of something like watching an episode of your favorite TV show, a movie or you are indulged in some of your favorite games, Heads up will help you with that too. Do you want to know how? If offers you an option “Do not Disturb”, you can activate it to stop getting notified while you are busy. It works with all apps you can go for selected apps options or even can move with all app enabled options, chose the option which best suits you.
They have improved the settings options as well. For that, they have gone into details and there are available Gestures, Notification Drawer and Status Bar option as interface category.
You can now lock your apps with the help of CyanogenMod. Does not it sound cool? CyanogenMod android has already been offering the hidden apps feature but with the pattern lock facility, this kit sounds complete. Hide your apps as single or hide them in a group within a folder or lock them, you have now plenty of options to avail. For those who are interested to know about it, Android 4.4.3 has been incorporated into CyanogenMod 11.
Are you going to try out this new update?