A member of CyanogenMod used Google+ to tell some news to their followers about a new mobile browser that it’s arriving.
Under the name Gello, this new browser is based on Chromium open-source code and, according to Joey Rizzoli, the new browser will be open-sourced as well. By developing their own browser, that means that CyanogenMod could provide their own alternative to Chrome in their ROMs as well as on devices from Cyanogen.
Gello should come with a healthy helping of customizations and features. With this new features, users will be able to control items like tab animations, site-level privacy and security, rename downloaded files and select where they are saved to, and save sites for offline reading. It also appears to have a night mode and an immersive mode, as well as an ad blocker.
However, there is no official release date and apparently Gello will only be able to work on newer and more powerful mobile devices. Take a look at the video below and get to know a little bit more about this new CyanogenMod browser.