Emoticons have really changed the way we communicate with our family and friends. Since emoticons have been becoming popular there have come up a range of third party keyboards in App Store. Even there is a physical emoticon keyboard.
Well, you all must have already had the standard emoji keyboard activated in your iOS device. Today I’ll show you how to get a new keyboard full of whole new emoticons on your iPhone or iPad. Don’t worry the steps are simple and I’ll walk you through them. Also I promise you by the end of this post you’ll be totally surprised and happy.
Let’s get started!
Step 1: First of all you need to have an iOS device (funny not ha ha funny, sorry but could not stop myself 🙂 ).
Step 2: Open Settings app on your iPhone or iPad
Step 3: Tap on the General tab
Step 4: Now keep on scrolling until you get the Keyboard option, then tap it.
Step 5: You’ll be taken to a new screen, here tap on Keyboards option
Step 6: On next screen tap on Add New Keyboard…
Step 7: You’ll be taken to list of languages, scroll down till you see Japanese.
Step 8: Tap on Japanese to select, there will be two choices: Kana and Romaji. Select Romaji and tap Done on right top. You are all done!
Step 9: This is where you’ll see how to actually use the new emoji. Open Messaging app or any other app where you’ll be able to use keyboard.
Step 10: Tap and hold on to the Globe Icon and swipe up, then select the Japanese language.
Step 11: Tap on ‘123’ button and you will see a button showing “^_^” symbol on the right side of the keyboard.
Step 11: Now tap on the button showing “^_^” and you’ll see some cute emoticons on the top of the keyboard.
Step 12: To see all the emoticons, expand the whole list by tapping on the arrow at the right corner.
You are done and ready to use your new emoticons, and I am pretty sure you are happy to see the new faces and use them.
So this is all for this time. Do tell what you think about these new emoticons or if you have any other thing to ask just go ahead and ask in comments, would love to hear from you people.