Cyanogen has provided a rare jaw-dropping experience that I haven’t had on a mobile device since I got Debian to run on a Nokia N900.
For Android users seeking a Google-free experience it’s nice to know there’s another way to get at least some of their favourite apps.
I’m not telling you to switch to S60 — or any specific mobile OS for that matter — just letting you know that Google doesn’t have to own your ass if you don’t want them to.
I suppose I should be grateful that I can install a community-built OS on my phone at all.
As high-tech as it is, Nokia’s new “disruptive” N9 is, in one significant way, not very disruptive at all.