Now the outlook of emojis on Android is not as good as that of iOS emojis, thus users often look for ways online to get iOS emojis on Android.
Rooting your Android device is always an option but at the cost of posing serious risks. Moreover, it is quite a hassle, and you would not go that far to get the only emojis on your device.
Though there are plenty of Android tips and apps that can do the job, they simply morph the existing emojis, and actually don’t give you iOS emojis.
No worries, here in this article we would actually guide on how to get the iOS emojis on Android without Root.
It’s pretty simple.
The tutorial is given below in steps:
#1: Enable Unknown Source on Android
In this step, you have to allow the installation of applications off unknown sources and not from the Google Play store.
So basically you have to first go to the “Settings” page of your phone and then choose the “Security” option.
Under the “Security” option, you will see the “Unknown Sources”. Mostly you will find it disabled by default.
Tap the gray slider and it will slide to become blue. Clearly, it indicates the “Unknown sources” option is enabled.
#2: Installation of Emoji Font 3 App
Once the “Unknown Sources” option is enabled, now download the Emoji Font 3 app on your Android phone. The app is not available on the Google Play Store due to some copyright issue. Thus you have to download it in APK format from third party websites.
Prefer this link for download:
NOTE: First you have to install Aptoide and then you will get the option for downloading Emoji Font 3.
#3: Change Default Font Style to Emoji Font 3
So your Emoji Font 3 is downloaded already. Now go to the Phone’s “Settings” once again and tap on “Display” options.
Here you will find the “Font style” option in the submenu.
Tap on it and you will surprisingly find the “Emoji Font 3” option. Tap on it to select it and then tap on any black area to save it.
NOTE: Although you will notice a little change in the font style of your device, it is scarcely notable. You can change the font size to a smaller one to minimize the visible font style change.
#4: Make Gboard as Default Keyboard
Now, this is the final step. Here you have to download Gboard, the Google Keyboard app from Google Play store. It comes free of cost.
After you have installed it on your Android device, you will be asked whether you want to set it to default keyboard or not.
So tap on “Select Input Method” and choose “Gboard” to set it as a default option.
Voila! It’s all done.
You can now go to your chatting profile and check for the emojis pattern. You will get just the same emojis as that of iPhones.
The method mentioned above will fully work with all Android models, except a few ones. For instance, on Moto G4 Plus, you might not get the “Font style” option under “Display” option. Thus the method will not work in that case.
But otherwise, it is working with all brands and models of Android.
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