CyanogenMod 7.2 released, adds features from Android 4.0 ICS
And updated version of CyanogenMod 7, based on 2.3 Gingerbread, has been released and adds support for more phones as well as Ice Cream Sandwich features
The final major version of Android 2.3 based CyanogenMod 7 has been released, as 7.2 adds support for 20 new mobile devices, and marks the end of 7.x support for certain devices. Along with various bug fixes is the backporting of some Android 4.0 features, which The H reports includes rotation effects, transitions, as well as upgrades and bug fixes to telephony stacks.
Support is being added for other popular devices such as the Samsung Galaxy Ace and Galaxy Mini, the Motorola Atrix, and the Xperia Live. Work on CyanogenMod 9 means that some phones such as the Nexus S will not receive any further updates in the Cyanogen 7.x line, instead users will be encouraged to switch to 9.
CyanogenMod 7.2 is not the last version of 7.x either – although development on future updates will be much slower than before. You can download CyanogenMod 7.2 from the CyanogenMod website.