Cyanogen Team has released the final stable version of CyanogenMod 10.1 lineup. They has been testing the RC (release candidate) since a few weeks now.
If you don’t like the customized android OS bundled by your Carrier or smart phone manufacturer, you can simply use the CyanogenMod to experience the smooth and lag free User Interface, which usually turns out to be best at performance.
Cyanogen Team announced the final stable release version of android 4.2.X based Custom ROM, which fixes all the outstanding bugs and issues spotted on previous release candidates.
Not only does 10.1.3 bring stability into your wild and crazy Android life, but it also introduces CM Account for remote wiping of lost devices amongst other nifty stuff. And while their once custom Android camera app Focal wont be making it into the stable release, you can still give it a download in the Google Play Store.
The team is focusing on the optimizing and development of their upcoming android 4.3 based CyanogenMod 10.2, while looking forward to the latest android 4.4 Kitkat in the future.