Even if you’re not an iPhone user, you might desire its beautiful emojis because you know they will be appreciated by your text recipients. The emojis come in rich, vibrant colors and include clever themes that can fit many abstract ideas.
In the past, Android users faced problems trying to view iPhone emojis on their handsets. They had to root their phones and use tools like Magisk to import the Apple emojis. This is because many Android apps did not offer native support for iPhone font schemes and colors. It made the keyboard appear lousy and completely failed in its mission to impress anyone.
However, those days are now over and the iPhone emojis on Android are back with a bang. Check out the best ways you can view iPhone emojis on Android.
Use iPhone 8 Emoji Keyboard
iPhone 8 Emoji keyboard is a near perfect replica of iPhone 8 emoji displays. Depending on your handset, you might still have to download a few extra keyboard apps. However, if you desire the right style, this app has perfectly nailed the iPhone appearance.
The layout of the default theme is pleasing to the eye.
The download is only 3.6 MB, and the installation doesn’t take very long either.
Depending on your handset, you might need to download a secondary app. Many users have given a negative rating to the app company because of this annoyance, but it is harmless with an objective to only provide support for a number of key emoji features.
Change your default keyboard to the new setting.
Next, you have to select an emoji style you would want to use as a keyboard layout.
You can also select the iPhone X emoji style from the main app drawer. Isn’t that like the Holy Grail? This is probably the only app on Play Store where you can find a replica for iPhone X emoji themes.
Once you’re completely done with the new installation, you can use the iPhone style emoji keyboard with your message apps.
Facemoji is a Japanese app company with possibly one of the largest collections of superb emojis for every occasion. The app is useful in helping you find iPhone related emoji styles as well.
With more than 3600+ emojis, you will always find something for every occasion. The app easily syncs with your existing keyboard to produce different emoji types depending on your mood. It has more than a few iPhone style emojis.
With a long-press of a button, you can quickly select a bunch of emojis together instead of selecting them individually. This is definitely an exciting option for habitual texters.
You should remember, though, that all emojis in your text space are rendered by your handset graphics and may appear different on older models.
If a picture was worth a thousand words, a collection of Apple’s emojis could at least pen an epic novel. It doesn’t come as any surprise though that they have indeed been used to rewrite classic novels. Some have argued that emojis are the best invention in communication in our modern times.
Are you keen on using iPhone emojis on your Android phone? Which is your favorite app that you’d like to share? Do let us know in the comments section.