Here is a good news for those of you who missed downloading the standalone Android L Keyboard during its short stay in Google play; You can now get it via Amazon Appstore.
The app surfaced on Google Play before its official launch, and was taken down after two weeks as the application reportedly violated Google policies.
Android L keyboard is derived straight from the developer preview version of Android L, and brings the Android L Keyboard feature to users' smartphones.
The app is developed by Shen Ye, and is available free of cost. One major aspect of the Android L Keyboard standalone app is that it can be installed without rooting a smartphone. Shen Ye also claims that the app will offer an ad-free experience to users.
Click here to download the free Android L Keyboard app from the Amazon Appstore.
After its announcement at this year's Google I/O, Android L featured the keyboard functionality, and a version of Android L Keyboard that was pulled out from the developer preview of the OS went live on Google Play.
As of now, Android L developer preview is restricted to users of Nexus 7 and the Nexus 5. The developer preview version also focuses on enhancing the battery life of Nexus 5 via Google's Project Volta.