Cyanogen's MOD integrations explained and the global expansion of IDEAA events

In case you missed it, we recently sat down with Big Android BBQ creator and IDEAA President Aaron Kasten to talk about all of the developer/enthusiast hybrid events happening around the world this year. We talked a little about March of the Droids in Edinburgh, the Big Android Meat and Greet/Code Kitchen in Virginia, and a way to win some Udacity scholorships by participating.

We were also joined by Cyanogen's Ed Mancebo, who answered some questions we had about the new MOD system. For the uninitiated, MOD makes it easier for Cyanogen software partners to embed features in Android so they feel more native. This makes it so more apps can feel as embedded as Google Now or your default dialer app, and if more developers jump on board with this program it could be a really big deal for folks who want to create their own experience.

Here's the full Hangout on Air so you can hear all the details yourself. If you're planning to attend either of these events, be sure to shout out in the comments below!

Russell Holly

Russell is a Contributing Editor at Android Central. He's a former server admin who has been using Android since the HTC G1, and quite literally wrote the book on Android tablets. You can usually find him chasing the next tech trend, much to the pain of his wallet. Find him on Facebook and Twitter

2 Comments
  • Russell that title is loud be quiet it's late lol Posted from my Nexus 6/Nexus 7 2013/Surface Pro 3
  • If it weren't already confusing enough to keep Cyanogen Inc., and their Cyanogen OS, distinguished from the open CyanogenMod. Now they go and name a project MOD? So you have Cyanogen OS with Cyanogen MOD... but please don't confuse that with CyanogenMod... Are they trying to be confusing on purpose?