CyanogenMod is getting its own OTA update manager (The H)

The H looks
at a new feature
in CyanogenMod 10. "With the new feature, CyanogenMod 10 (which is based upon Android 4.1.x "Jelly Bean") will be able to receive direct over-the-air (OTA) updates for the first time, making the update experience more akin to Google's vanilla Android version. The new updater will download ROM images directly from, the project's official distribution servers. While it lacks the flexibility of ROM Manager, the new updater will be easier to use for inexperienced users as it automatically checks for updates (a feature that is only available in the paid-for version of ROM Manager) and only shows updates for the version of CyanogenMod that is actually installed. For users who want more flexibility, ROM Manager is still available as a separate application."