CyanogenMod 10, the latest CyanogenMod ROM version that's based in Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, is being rolled out to a handful of devices today. Version 10 has seen tons of nightly and beta builds for the past several months, but finally stable builds are being released for a selection of Android devices.
The CyanogenMod 10 stable ROM is now available to download for the Samsung Galaxy S II, LG Optimus Black, and the Samsung Galaxy S III. It's also available for the Galaxy Nexus, the Nexus 7 tablet, and even the HTC EVO 4G. The average file size for the ROM is between 150-160MB and they're available now the CM website.
Some of the new features available in CyanogenMod 10 include an "expandable desktop" mode, a built-in root-enabled file manager, as well as support for new devices. If you don't see a stable build for your device, you'll have to hang tight, as they're still rolling out stable builds. However, some builds have been failing for users, so you may even want to wait a little while until the issues get resolved.
If you have a rooted Android device and haven't yet tried out a CyanogenMod ROM, we highly suggest doing so. The ROM gives you the vanilla Android experience with a ton of exclusive features and settings that you can play around with. So, if you're wanting a bit more out of your Android UI, CyanogenMod is a great option.
[via Android Police]