Chrooma Keyboard's best feature is the chameleon-like adaptive theme, which in version 2.0.1 gets some very nifty customization-related upgrades alongside six extra color palettes to choose from. These are all coming in a first-ever beta form to the masses, so be prepared for possible bugs due to their complexity and be sure to report any issue as soon as possible to the Chrooma team on Google Play or Google+.
To access the Palettes section, scroll down on the main page of the Chrooma settings and select Color Scheme. Available are four free and three premium options with a plethora of colors to personalize for background and font in each section of the keyboard. You can mix and match according to your liking. Just a tip here - most of them include optional black and white colors as well.
- Chameleon Adaptive
This is the main theme and now it has three variants - Classic (Adaptive Colors), Fixed Color and Amoled (My favorite ;) ). Keep in mind that enabling the Amoled theme changes the background of the keyboard to black, no matter what colors you choose and in which palettes. There is also a Night mode, which can be scheduled depending on the data coming from the light sensor on your device, or the time of the day, and you can keep it on all the time.
You can choose between nuances of pink and beige in this palette.
As the name suggests, it is a combination of very nice brown and grey colors.
Transatlantic mixes various tones of dark grey and brown.
This palette has lime green and brown options.
- Giant Goldfish
Here are blue, teal, light green and orange to select from.
- Ice and Lava
It is a little weird name because there is just red and white.
Magnet consists of four different tones of blue, or cyan, to be precise.
The newly introduced color palettes look very promising, so expect to see even more options in future releases. And if you are not a beta tester for this app, what are you waiting for? Go ahead and join now!