While browsing our forum, you will undoubtedly find more than a few enticing ROMs available to download. Original or not, it would take eternity and a day to test them all. Luckily there are some solutions to make the process seamless. One of them, MultiROM, gives users a chance to try a few ROMs at the same time–all without flashing and wiping with each installation.
This project has been ported to several devices including the LG G2 and Sony Xperia Z. It was originally made by XDA Recognized Developer Tassadar, and now has found its way to another popular device, the HTC One (M8). The port was created by XDA Forum Member boringalex. MultiROM is a perfect compromise for those users who want to use Sense ROMs and some AOSP-flavored spin-offs as a daily driver. Sense gives stability, while AOSP offers the freedom of features developed by the community.
At the current point, the project is considered as beta, so there might be some flaws here and there. One of the main issues is that Sense ROMs can be a bit finicky when not being used as the main OS. The solution is provided in the thread, so don’t worry if you encounter some problems.