CyanogenMod was an open source operating system for Android devices. It was developed by the CyanogenMod open-source community. On23 March 2015, 50 million users are using CyanogenMod operating system. CyanogenMod has many advanced features that we not found in the official Android operating system.
CyanogenMod has native theme support, an Open VPN client, enhanced reboot menu, support for Wifi and Bluetooth, USB tethering, Soft buttons, status bar customization and other tablet tweaks in the notification pull down and other interface enhancements. Many Android phones don’t have some good gesture features but if you are using CyanogenMod then you will get advance gesture feature that will give you the best experience.
CyanogenMod was available in 27 different languages. CyanogenMod was discontinued and now this is not available for users but if you want to get some cool features in your android phone that CyanogenMod was giving you then you can go with alternatives of CyanogenMod.