Android: A couple of months ago, Google released a new version of its keyboard that let you pick your own colour scheme or background photo. Now, that version is finally hitting the Play Store. Previously, if you wanted to use this feature you either had to be running the Android N Preview or sideload the APK yourself. Now, it's rolling out for everyone on the Play Store. The store rollout is staged, which means it might take a while to hit your device. If you're impatient, you can download it from APK Mirror, but if you really can't wait you probably already did that two months ago.
New Google Keyboard With Theme Picker Finally Hits The Play Store
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