According to the new numbers, there are just over 2 million unique installs of various CyanogenMod ROMs. Official installs make up just over 1 million of those installs, with unofficial installs at just under 1 million. This is pretty interesting because it means the unofficial installs are growing at a faster rate than the official. Last time around, unofficial installs made up only about 30% of the total number, and now it's just under 50%.
Overall, CyanogenMod installs are up as well. Last time, it was getting about 4k new installs a day. Since then it has averaged 8.5k new installs a day, and in the last 24 hours it has had over 11k new installs. Not bad for a custom ROM, but of course 2 million still means it's less than 1% of the entire Android ecosystem, which means there are more Cupcake and Donut devices combined than there are CyanogenMod installs.