Early demo videos show features from the current build that may or may not make it to the final version, including an offline reading mode, immersive and night modes, site-by-site settings for privacy and security and the ability to save downloads in a preferred location and name files before saving them.
It’s worth noting that Gello won’t be released on Cyanogen OS, which runs on the popular OnePlus One phone; that’s a separate project handled by Cyanogen Inc. Instead, it will be available in a future version of CyanogenMod’s Android ROM.
CyanogenMod doesn’t yet have a release date for Gello. The team noted that its browser won’t be compatible with older devices that have a small storage partition.
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