Ahead of the official release of the new Android Lollipop operating system by Google to consumers, XDA member “Shaftamie” and created an installable APK for the Lollipop keyboard, thanks to the final developer Android Lollipop SDK.
The new Android Lollipop keyboard APK is now available to download and apparently can be laced on to almost an Android smartphone that are running 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or later.
The latest Android Lollipop keyboard features a wealth on new functionality and styling thanks to the Material Design, although a few early users of the APK are reporting that the keyboard closes when using it with non-Google applications. Shaftamle explains :
“No. It’s a Google keyboard. Just modified so everyone can install. Google themes that came with the keyboard are the only options. “
For more information on the new Android Lollipop keyboard APK jump over to the XDA website for details and download links for the APK within the official XDA thread to be able to install it on your Android smartphone, as long ass its running Android 4.0 or above.
Google has also today announced the next major version of Android,will not be following Google’s previous naming scheme, instead it will simply be known as Android 5.0 L. For more information jump over to the Google website.
Source: Android Community
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