Google’s Android L keyboard has been extracted and is now available as a standalone app, courtesy of Android modder Shen Ye. The app is free to install, and works just like any other third party keyboard on your phone. They keyboard has nearly all of the same functions as the keyboard in the L preview, and maintains all of the same visual stylings.
Developer Shen Ye pulled the Android L version of the keyboard out of the developer preview and uploaded it to the Play Store unofficially. While it’s largely unchanged from the existing version, you can enable the new Material Design skin under the settings. Also, mercifully, the new version moves the voice input button to the suggestion bar to make room for a comma button next to the keyboard so you don’t need a long-press to access it.
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