Themes for Swiftkey & Swype Keyboards – Android
For those of you always looking for new ways to personalize your device, XDA member sonnysekhon presents these mods themes for your Android using Swiftkey and Swype. If you are bored with the same design on your keyboard, then you may want to try these five different themes including Android default, Windows Phone 7, and more.
Working for MDPI and HDPI resolutions, the developer includes step by step instructions to get them working right the first time.
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Originally posted by sonnysekhon
Here is a mod I made to the Swiftkey keyboard to get it to match my theme and get rid of the iPhone look .
Most of you guys should have it since it was free on Amazon a couple of days ago.
It’s a paid app so I can can’t share it, but here are step by step instructions to achieve the mod.
The mod is for HDPI devices only.
UPDATE: MDPI mod added, courtesy of JokerAce.
Continue to the mods thread.
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