CyanogenMod Team Teases Gello, a Fresh Browser Based on Chromium

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  • 01 Jul 2015
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  • The CyanogenMod team is working on a lot of projects right now and one of them is a mobile browser apparently. The browser is called Gello and it’s based on Chromium, but also involves a lot of customizations.

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    Keep in mind that the CyanogenMod team is connected to the Cyanogen Inc company, but it’s not one and the same with them. The Gello project uses the Chromium open source code and it was teased through a 14 second trailer posted on Google+ by CM team member Joey Rizzoli. A lot of features were detailed in that short span, some of them hinting at CyanogenMod novelty.

    Anyway, we spotted a “save for offline reading” mode, as well as a custom UI, that features brand new tab animations and improved tab management. There’s also a night mode and Immersive mode, both as options and enhanced privacy (site by site) and security settings, plus even a potential ad blocker. Finally, download settings are also in the mix.

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