SwiftKey Android Lollipop Material Design

Users of the popular third-party keyboard SwiftKey will be glad to hear that two new Material Design themes are now available for the keyboard ahead of the upcoming release of Android Lollipop. The two new themes, based on Google’s new Material Design guidelines, are named Material Dark and Material Light and available through the SwiftKey Store today.

SwiftKey for Android is a useful keyboard that features secondary characters that can be used by long pressing a key. For instance, the QWERTY line of keys contains the numbers 0-9 and the ASDF line contains characters like @, # and &. The keyboard also features autocomplete suggestions, an intuitive number pad with bright outlines for easily entering phone numbers, addresses, IP addresses and more.

SwiftKey claims to be hard at work on additional themes and is accepting requests through Twitter.

SwiftKey Material Design Dark Light

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