Developer and pengoprek custom Android ROM, CyanogenMod develop new Android-based mobile browser Chromium, which is named Gello.
In the competitive mobile browser Android third-party, Gello made by CyanogenMod differentiate themselves by offering more custom option.
KompasTekno quoted from Android Authority, Some of the settings that can be set by the user, among others, is to save pages for offline reading.
In addition, Gello also offers features to save files downloaded from the web, in different locations as desired, as well as change the name of the file.
Although developed from the dikembangkaan Google Chromium browser, but CyanogenMod dismiss if it stole the idea from Google, because it is open source Chromium. And the CyanogenMod team is not hostile to Google, they do not steal the work of Google and they also do not want the user to delete Chrome from the device. In addition, users are also given the option to install the Google apps package along with CyanogenMod.
There is no certainty when Gello was launched to the public, the current Android mobile browser is still being developed.
But when it launched officially later, Gello will be open source browser and anyone can contribute.