If you already installed Cyanogenmod on your Android phones and you think that the custom Android ROM is lacking in the gallery part of its firmware, then there is a good news for you – the new CyanogenMod GalleryNext has been launched and it’s still in Beta testing phase.
CyanogenMod unveiled the GalleryNext on their Google+ page and said that the new image gallery will address the lack of features in currently shipped AOSP gallery with its firmware. Additionally, the new image gallery will be having support for users Facebok, Dropbox, Picasa and Flickr galleries integrated within the GalleryNext. This additional feature will be the answer to Google’s “Photos” inside the latest smartphones as well as Facebook’s try to integrate user photos to the smartphone gallery.
Expected to come with the Android KitKat kind of touch and feel to the app during the public release, currently at the beta stage it procures many bugs and issues as per the comments posted at the GalleryNext Beta community.
Still, if you want to try the Beta ride of the application, you could join the Beta test community at Google Play and download the app via Google Play link. Currently only working for high-end smartphones (even Samsung Galaxy S3 is not supported yet) with CyanogenMod OS in it, we are not sure whether the team behind CM will release the application for all Android devices or not. Stay tuned for more updates on Android, iOS and other mobile news.