Swiftkey releases 5 new Material Design Keyboards


Right now, it seems, that everyone under the sun is trying to get their fix for Android 5.0 Lollipop, and it’s beautiful Material Design. A few weeks ago, the Swiftkey team released two Material Design keyboard themes to their users, and while those are beautiful by themselves, there’s more. Today, Swiftkey released a total of 5 more themes to the Android world.


In addition to their Material Light and Material Dark themes, Swiftkey also released the following themes today:

  • Minimal Material Light
  • Minimal Material Dark
  • Material Orange
  • Material Pink
  • Material Phospor Green


The Minimal Material Light and Dark remove the lines surrounding each individual key on the keyboard, which makes these keyboards look even more like the stock Google Keyboard. The Material Orange, Material Pink, and Phosphor green, all offer extremely subtle key boarders, but enhance those boundaries a bit when you’re trying to use the keypad itself. The Phosphor Green will appeal to all the hackers, or potential hackers, out there with the fact that this keyboard makes it look like an old-school terminal.


You can pick up these Swiftkey keyboard themes for either $.99 a piece, or part of the Material Design bundle for only $2.99. So, if you’re in the market for some updated keyboards that follow the Material Design protocol, I’d go ahead and pickup the whole bundle. You can never have too many different colors, and Swiftkey really knocks these keyboard themes out of the park.

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