CyanogenMod Latest Builds Offer Pie Controls for Full Screen Usage

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  • 28 Mar 2013
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  • The history of Pie controls, first introduced by Google with its Labs option is the stock webkit-based browser for Android, has only recently begun to take shape into different implementations. The most popular form is the one brought by the excellent custom ROM for Android – Paranoid.


    The Paranoid ROM has been in general developed for Nexus devices, offering the possibility to change the aspect in regarding to DPI size for every package installed on the system, and also the whole UI. This excellent new experience ultimately got better with the introduction of Pie Controls, a way of controlling the system through a gesture-based customizable interface.

    The most popular ROM for Android devices – CyanogenMod has decided to also offer an implementation of the Pie control system, only meant for devices that offer the on-screen software buttons. In this case CyanogenMod now offers the ability to make the device fullscreen, taking advantage of the whole real-estate of the screen, and use the Pie Controls to replace the different buttons and also the nottifications bar.  The new feature is for now only implemented with the latest nightly builds.

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