The developers behind CyanogenMod are already hard at work on bring Ice Cream Sandwich, along with their own custom tweaks and enhancements to the public as soon as possible. While most of the handsets have already received a working CM9 base ROM, none of them come with any of the extra goodies which TeamDouche will be adding to CM9.
Now, one of the CM developer – Andrew Neal – told The Verge that there will be plenty of customization option in CM9. The new music player will also have a lot of customization options, including custom shake actions, custom notification area controls, the ability to search the Android Market for a particular song, set ringtones, swipe gestures through-out the app and much more. The developer is also working to add support for a full theme engine, which would allow theme makers and other developers to change the look of the music player by just applying a skin.
The Music player will come as the default music player on CM9, and the developer even plans on releasing a stand alone version of the app on the Android Market sometime as well.