Do you change ROMs on your Android phone on a weekly basis? Or, want to bring a new look and features to your old phone? You will find literally hundreds of custom ROMs designed for pretty much any phone and tablet you can think of, but picking a good and optimized ROM for your Phone can be tricky.

To help you to choose the best and right ROM for your device, XDA Developer nimrodity has released a database of custom Android ROMs. With the database, you can easily find the right ROM for your device, so you can make the most out of it.


The database in progress and currently compares the features of 13 major Android ROMs, including CyanogenMod, Paranoid Android, AOKP, Carbon and PACman.


The database is simple to use. Everything is sorted logically and color-coded for fast and easy comparison. All features have a quick explanation, which is helpful for custom ROM beginners. Also, this database gives a lot of useful additional information like links to downloads, ROM’s websites, G+ communities and much more.

Keep in mind that, each ROM gives you a different experience, whether it be faster, or linear, or stripped back or packed with extra functionality, but not all ROMs are supports all devices. Choose correct ROM that supports your device.

Custom ROM Comparison Database [via – XDA Developer]

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