Fans of the community-created CyanogenMod ROM, your cup runneth over with new gadgets to try out on CM 13 (based on Android 6.0 code). Five new phones and a tablet have been given the nightly treatment in the last week or so, to wit: the OnePlus 2, the Moto X Pure (the US multi-carrier variant of the Moto X Style), Yu's low-priced Yureka, the Oppo R5 and R5s, and the original version of Sony's Xperia Tablet Z. They're all available at their respective download locations under CM's somewhat nebulous device codenames.

The Yureka deserves some special attention here. This mid-range phone for the Indian market runs Cyanogen OS at retail, which is the incorporated, for-profit version of CyanogenMod that comes with a few proprietary software extras. The last we checked, the phone was running Cyanogen OS 12.1 (based in Android 5.1), so the advantage in going with the open source ROM is access to all the goodies in Android Marshmallow. The downside, as with all nightly builds, is that you might encounter some bugs or instability.

All the phones and the tablet above are fairly easy to root and modify with custom firmware, so if you'd like to try CyanogenMod it's a comparatively simple process. Don't forget to download and install the latest version of Gapps for access to the Play Store and other Google services.