As the title says , unlike the other companies that add only one gesture feature and most of them is to launch the camera , Cyanogen has taken a step further when it comes to gesture controls. To use them you must have Cyanogen OS or running CyanogenMod (gesture control its only supported on some devices), have a few more options than just launching the camera.
Such as drawing a “V” to toggle flashlight on or off , draw a left arrow to go to previous track and a right arrow for the next one , swipping two fingers vertically to play and pause music and also opening the camera by drawing a circle. To activate these head over to Settings and choose the Gesture section and toggle the switches you want and you’re done.
The gestures it self are a bit, lets say difficult to get along on early stages but they are much faster on triggering the action than wandering around the phone searching for the app.