Cyanogen has just revealed a new look for its company as well as announcing a partnership with Qualcomm. Cyanogen is redesigning its website and logo to provide a design that feels “fresh, expansive, and free.” The move is part of the company’s push towards openness and innovation, as Cyanogen works to create its own Android-based OS to compete with Google’s Android.
Cyanogen has also announced a partnership with Qualcomm. The partnership involves support for Cyanogen OS’s best features and UI enhancements on Qualcomm Snapdragon processors. The partnership’s visible effect will appear on the Qualcomm Reference Design that arrives in April and will be available on Snapdragon processors from the 200, 400 and 600 tiers. The move should allow affordable devices to feature more polish and goodies than they otherwise would have been able to.
Cyanogen is a company that’s on the move, quickly working to create and establish its own operating system. It’s gained more traction than many speculated it would, particularly through partnerships with large companies like Qualcomm. We can’t predict what’s coming, but it seems fair to say that Cyanogen has a bright future ahead of it.