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Cyanogen wants to create its own version of Android

Dissatisfied with Google's Android development guidelines Cyanogen plans to create a fork of the cute little app store itself.

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It seems that just modifying Android no longer satisfies

Cyanogen began as just a modification of the original Android ROM for some devices to improve device performance and eliminate the "rubbish" that some carriers and manufacturers put on it.

With the popularization of modification then CyanogenMod it was just called Cyanogen It is producing regular versions of Androids for more and more devices and has even managed to come standard on some devices in place of the original Android, however it seems that this partnership between Cyanogen and Google is a bit worn out by the look of Kirt McMaster, CEO of Cyanogen.

According to him, Google does not leave Android as open as it could, which prevents certain features from being accessed and improved. According to him, access to the "core" of Android only Google has and that is why third party applications cannot use features like Google Now and its voice commands other than Google apps.

Cyanogen's initial idea to create an Android fork, Google allows it, Android's open source license allows it, but what Google doesn't allow its apps to run on fork systems, that is, a possible Cyanogem ROM independent of Google Couldn't bring in Google Play, Gmail or any other Google App, which makes things a little difficult.

Even so, the CEO of Cyanogen is optimistic and is considering the possibility of creating his own apps store, thus generating more revenue for the company.

And you reader, what do you think of the statement, do you think Cyanogen produces a better finished Android than Google? Leave your opinion in the comments.

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