Official CyanogenMod 11 M3 builds are now live for over 50 supported devices. Those builds bring almost no visual addition but are far more stable than the usual nightly builds which have been released periodically since last year.
Perhaps the most significant change is the updated Trebuchet, CyanogenMod’s homescreen launcher. This revamped launcher has been rebased on the AOSP Launcher3 with an updated icon pack. This version will also preserve user homscreen data when upgrading from previous versions. (CM10.2 for instance).
The CyanogenMod team is also working on user-visible functionality in order to improve the whole user experience. Privacy Guard also saw one new feature addition, users can now control apps auto-start. A ‘+’ button was also added to the QuickSettings panel to make quick settings toggles customizable without having to manually go into settings.
Users can already grab the CyanogenMod 11 M3 bits but be aware that none of those are complete builds so don’t expect the polish you’d expect from RC or final builds.