Just two weeks after the unofficial Android L keyboard was published on the Play Store, Google has now deleted it from the listing. The app reportedly violates section 4.4 of the Developer Distribution Agreement. To expand it for you, this norm restricts developers from using an app which is a look-alike. It’s quite obvious that the developer was in the wrong here considering that the keyboard was taken directly from Android L.
Fortunately, the apk file containing the keyboard has already been distributed online so users can still download it even though it’s unavailable from the Play Store. The developer Shen Ye has certainly seen a lot of success for his app with over 800,000 downloads already. The removal of the app will in a way make it more popular as more users rally to get the app on their Android 4.0+ running devices.
Hit the link below to download the app from a third party source. This is exactly the same version as the one distributed on the Play Store a couple of weeks ago, so there are no security issues to be worried about.
Via: Cult of Android