CyanogenMod Introduces GalleryNext

CyanogenMod Inc. is always finding ways to bring new features that enhances the way consumers interact with their devices. A recent post on its Google+ page announces the new image gallery app called the GalleryNext. It is still in its beta stage right now (so expect a few bugs) and is available for testing via the CyanogenMod Google+ community.


GalleryNext displays photos vertically and in chronological order. There’s also a side menu available that allows switching of view from Moments (based on the day the picture was taken) or Albums (folder view).

The new app also comes with integrated support for Flickr, Picasa, Facebook and Dropbox making photos easy to share between these services. CM plans to change the interface to match that of Android KitKat in the future.

The features of the app include

  • View all your pictures in one centralized location
  • Cloud services integration with Flickr, Picasa (G+), Facebook, and Dropbox
  • Moments support (automatic grouping and classification of media based on metadata)
  • Video playback support
  • Gif support
  • Deduplication in ‘All’ view
  • More

Since the app is still in beta some of the things that are planned to be worked on are

  • Implement KitKat’s immersive mode UI
  • Editor support
  • Fix all the things
  • You tell us

Consumers who have CyanogenMod running on their devices who wish to check out GalleryNext may do so by following the instructions outlined below.

  • Join this community:
  • Join the beta:
  • Download the app

The team over at CyanogenMod has been introducing quite a number of new features lately. There’s the cLock, an improved calculator, and even a camera app.

CyanogenMod is an open source firmware supporting various Android smartphone and tablet models. Some of its best known features include native theming support, FLAC audio support, large Access Point Name list, OpenVPN client, enhanced reboot menu, support for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and USB tethering, CPU overclocking and other performance enhancements.

via google+