Before Android KitKat, Android's default touch feedback color was a vibrant blue. Every touch resulted in a jolt of high-contrast color, in a shade that might not have mixed well with your brand's color(s). - from http://developer.android.com/design/patterns/new.html
In Android KitKat and beyond, touch feedback is subtle: when something is touched, by default its background color slightly darkens or lightens. This provides two benefits: (1) sprinkles of encouragement are more pleasant than jolts, and (2) incorporating your branding is much easier because the default touch feedback works with whatever hue you choose. Check the updated Touch Feedback page for more details. - from http://developer.android.com/design/patterns/new.html
Android KitKat has improved support for letting your app use the entire screen, with a few different approaches to meet the varying needs of apps and content.
This freebie is a completely free PSD mobile template called Android UI Design Kit for Photoshop 4.4. This come with: Gestures, Nexus 5 Portrait - Quick Start, Nexus 5 Portrait with Building Blocks.
Gestures: Pinch Close, Pinch Open, Drag, Swipe Right, Swipe Left, Double Touch, Long Press, Touch
Nexus 5 Portrait - Quick Start: Notification Bar (Solid), Navigation Bar (Solid), Action Bar - Normal, Overflow Menu, Split Action Bar, Navigation Drawer, Scrollable Tabs, Stacked Tabs, Font Size Reference
Nexus 5 Portrait with Building Blocks: Notification Center, Keyboards, Notification Bar (Gradient), Navigation Bar (Gradient), Notification Bar (Solid), Navigation Bar (Solid), Quick Return, Wizard Pager, HoloGraphLibrary, Action Bar - PullToRefresh, Scroll Bar, ... and much more
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