It doesn’t matter if you are having a rooted or non-rooted device, this trick will work with all of them. We all use a lot of different social media and instant messaging applications like Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, Messenger, Telegram, etc. and we always use Emojis to express our message and feelings. These days we can’t even think about chatting to someone without using any emoji or posting something on any social media platform without emojis.
Get iPhone Emoji in Android – Root Required
For everything to work just as it should, we will need Root Access. Without Root access, the probability of getting iOS Emoji on Android is far way less. It is because not all Android Phone has the ability to change the Font provider. And this will be a problem and we won’t be able to use iOS Emoji on Android. On the other hand, if you are having a Rooted Android device then it is just a piece of cake to change Android Emoji to iOS Emoji in a matter of few taps.
We will be using an app called “Emoji Switcher” to change the Emoji to iOS Styled. You can download the APK file of the app from the link below and install it to your device. Make sure that “Unknown Sources” setting is enabled on your device.
- First of all, make sure that your Android device is rooted and has root access.
- Download and install Emoji Switcher app from the link below.
- Once downloaded, install the app and open it up.
- The app will ask for Root Access, just grant the permission.
- Now, you will find a panel called “Set Emoji to”. From the drop-down menu select iOS 10.13 and tap on the Set button.
- Wait for a second till it installs the selected iOS Emoji pack. After the installation is done, you will be asked to reboot your device for the settings to take place.
- Once the phone is rebooted, you will notice that the emoji has changed to iOS styled and everything will look the same.
Change Android Emoji to iPhone Styled – No Root
In this section, we will be discussing changing the Emoji style of Android with iOS one without Root access. If you are having a non-rooted device then don’t worry, we got you covered. We are required to install a third party application to get the job done.
1. First of all, Download the app called “iOSEmojiFont” from the link given below. The app was available on the Google Play Store for a few months back. But, now the App is removed from the store and you can locally download it and install it via the link mentioned below.
2. In order to install Apps outside the Google Play Store, you should enable unknown sources option from your Android Phone’s settings. To do that Head over to Settings > Security/Privacy Settings > Enable “Unknown Sources”. Now we can install any third party apps with the .apk file.
3. Tap on the Apk File and install the App. Once installed. Open the app to setup iOS Emojis on Android.
4. Once the installation is done, we need to setup Font Changer 3 as our Font provider in Android. For that, Go to settings and find Font settings. The setting might be different for different UIs like OneUI, OxygenOS, MIUI, EMUI, etc.
5. Now, download any good Keyboard app for Android like Google Keyboard to easily switch between Keyboard and Emoji Pad. GBoard is most convenient and easy to access when it comes to Numbers, Alphabets, Gifs, Emojis, and Stickers.
Custom Emoji Apps
If nothing seems working on your device then the last resort is to use some Emoji+Keyboard apps from the Google Play Store. There are hundreds of different keyboard apps available in the play store and you can use any of them to get the look and feel of iOS Emoji. After installing these keyboards, you can start using these keyboard emoji and stickers to get somewhat experience like an iPhone. For installing apps from the play store, you are not required to have any Root access or any special permission at all.
- Just head over to the Google Play Store
- Now simply search for “emoji keyboard”
- Now a list of different Keyboard apps appear.
- Select one of your choices and then install it straight away.
- Once the installation is done, the next step is to change the default Android Keyboard or GBoard to the one which we installed now.
- To change the keyboard, go to Settings and search for Keyboard settings. (It will be very different according to the OEM you are having)
- Select the particular Keyboard app and then enjoy.