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Clubhouse shares some early details about its spread to Android

Clubhouse shares some early details about its spread to Android

It's been less than a month since Clubhouse came to Android, and the audio chat app is showing no signs of slowing down as we roll into June. At a town hall held on the app yesterday, the service highlighted its success so far and hinted at what's to come throughout the summer.

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CyanogenMod Has Now Been Installed On Over 2 Million Devices, Doubles Install Numbers Since January

CyanogenMod Has Now Been Installed On Over 2 Million Devices, Doubles Install Numbers Since January

It's amazing what a new look can do for a platform, isn't it? Back in January, we reported that CyanogenMod, the most popular third-party Android ROM, reached one million unique installs. Now, a little more than four months later, that number has doubled, according to CM's stat tracker. This is huge.

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For those who are curious as to how the stat counter works, here's a more detailed explanation. The short version is that unique hardware is counted, so reflashes and reinstalls don't count towards the total. From CM's site:

"The data sent includes an non-reversible encrypted hash of your IMEI or MEID, allowing us to track unique devices without compromising privacy."

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