CyanogenMod on Monday began rolling out CM11 M3 to a wide range of devices, including the HTC One, Galaxy S4 and a number of Nexus and legacy handsets. "M" builds in the Cyanogen world, as noted by Android Central, are known as milestones in the development cycle; they are billed as more stable than nightlies, but could contain bugs—users are cautioned to proceed at their own risk.

As of now, the team is working to bring the KitKat-based CyanogenMod 11 to the masses, though it still has a few steps to go, including release and stable candidates. If you're itching to flash the latest build onto your handset, you can hit up CyanogenMod's page for a full list of links, where about thirty or so devices are supported.

This year has already been a busy one for the CyanogenMod team. In January, the company released a beta version of its installer for Mac, and announced some key acquisitions to its team, including famous AOKP ROM creator, Roman Birg.