One of the strong point of Android compared to other operating systems is that it comes with a variety of after-market firmware. Those who don’t like the default offering can always download an alternative ROM that suits his/her needs. But users, especially newbies, often gets confused with all these different custom ROMs, and that’s why there’s a need for a clear chart that explains and compares these different ROMs.
That’s why XDA Developer forum’s Nimrodity has created a massive database of ROMs along with their various features. The chart clearly compares these different custom ROMs which means it will give you an idea of which ROM to try before downloading and installing it.
This chart is in the form of Google Docs Spreadsheet and it will be kept up-to-date by the creator as well as other Android fans. It should also serve a good purpose if you’re looking to compare two different custom ROMs and what they do have to offer you. Here’s how this spreadsheet looks like:
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This spreadsheet covers many popular custom ROMs like Xposed Framework, Paranoid Android, CyanogenMod, AOKP, Carbon, and many more. Even though if you’re not planning to enter into the world of custom ROM, it still is a good idea to check it out since it will give you knowledge about the features of these ROMs. Check out the complete chart on Google Docs.