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As most of you know by now, Android 4.4 “KitKat” has been released. So far the only device that is supporting the KitKat version is the Nexus 5, which according to critics is by far the best Android smartphone. Well leaving that discussion aside, today we have a guide for you on how to install Android 4.4 KitKat keyboard for Android smartphones running Android 4.0 and above. Check out the guide on installing Android KitKat keyboard below.
Install Android KitKat Keyboard
Android 4.4 “KitKat” has an updated Keyboard. The new Google Keyboard version 2 brings in some changes which might be familiar to those of you who have used the Swiftkey. There are also some under-the-hood enhancements for the official KitKat keyboard. So if you want to install the Android 4.4 Keyboard for your Android smartphone, we have the APK file for it.
You can download the APK file for Android 4.4 keyboard from the download link below. Once downloaded follow the guide and you will be able to install KitKat keyboard on your Android device running Android 4.0 and above.
Download Android 4.4 Keyboard APK.
Now that you have downloaded, you are good to go on install the APK file and finally getting the KitKat keyboard on your Android smartphone.
Before attempting the guide make sure your Android smartphone is running on Android version 4.0 and above. Anything below will not work. Also remember you are installing a third-party software, which caries a risk of something happening to your smartphone, so proceed with caution.
Install Android 4.4 Keyboard
STEP 1: On your Android smartphone head over to Settings > Security > tap the box next to “unknown sources”.
STEP 2: Download the Android KitKat keyboard APK file from above. You can download directly to your Android smartphone, or download it on a computer and transfer it via a USB to your phone.
STEP 3: Once downloaded, tap on it for the installation process. The package installer will pop up to finish the proces.
Note: If you are having some issues here, you can download the KitKat APK file to Dropbox or Google Drive and try installing it from there.
STEP 4: You are done. The only thing left now is to follow the on-screen instructions which will guide you through the “setup tutorial”.
That’s it folks. If you have followed all the steps correctly you will have installed Android 4.4 KitKat keyboard on your Android smartphone. As always if you have any question about this guide please comment below.