Last updated March 9, 2014. Created by Anthony Fok on August 3, 2013.
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While Omega 4 is still in beta (as of August 2013), it is considered production-ready and are used as the base theme on real websites. Here is a list of prominent sub-themes that are based on Omega 4:

(Note: This list is by no means comprehensive. Additions are welcome.)

Ohm

Omega 4.x based demonstration theme. Serves as a best-practice reference for the Omega documentation.

The goal is to already be fully in line with the D8 CSS Coding Standards. While Omega 4.x core will do the heavy lifting of converting the existing D7 core CSS and templates to that standard (and override the corresponding template and CSS files from Core and some major contrib moduiles) we will build the CSS and templates specific to our demo/showcase theme according to those standards as well.

Ohm has been included as part of the official Omega 4.x theme package since omega 7.x-4.0-beta5 (2013-07-13),

Cloudy

A mobile-first, reponsive base theme for the Recruiter distribution based on Omega 4.x.

Cloudy uses Sass/Compass mixins and the fluid, semantic, responsive Susy grid to provide a slick out-of-the-box experience on any device.

You can see it in action on drupaljobs.epiqo.com and find out more by reading the following blog post:
DrupalJobs responsively relaunches on Recruiter RC1 and Omega 4.

See https://drupal.org/project/cloudy for more information.

Gridly

Gridly is a minimal & responsive Omega 4 subtheme. It is distributed as an install profile with all non-visual functionality provided as features. The theme is ideal for graphic designers or photographers or people who wish to publish a very visual/photo orientated website.

See it in action here.

Looking for support? Visit the Drupal.org forums, or join #drupal-support in IRC.