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How You Can Get Emojis on Android Device for an Enhanced Communication Experience

by Kika Tech Kika Tech Android Keyboard App
The smartphone keyboards have gone through stages of improvement, trumping the flawed typing standards of yesteryear completely. Not only the device manufacturers have updated their keyboard features time and again, but there have been a surge of a number of third-party keyboard apps that aims to improve the way we type on our phones. One momentous invention can be defined in the form of emojis, that have become so integral to our everyday conversation.

While the Apple was the first company to elatedly introduce an inbuilt feature for emojis on iOS, the Android segment was slow in the start but is now fast catching up. So, if you want to fully maximize the power of emojis with your Android device’s virtual keyboard, here is what you need to do:

1. Check If The Keyboard Emoji Is Turned On

Every device comes with default settings and that goes for your phone’s keyboard. For all the devices that have Android version 4.4 or above, they will have inbuilt keyboard with emoji option. If you are not able to access the emojis, then you can turn on the settings by going through the phone settings: Settings > Language and input > Default. Here, select the keyboard of your choice, and start having an enriched conversation with your friend. In today’s times, many phones do come with default settings where you can easily access the emojis through your chat box.

2. Install A Third Party Virtual Keyboard App

Whether your phone does not have a keyboard that came with inbuilt emojis, or you are fed up with limited emoji options, you can always enhance your typing through a swift download and installing of a third-party keyboard app. These apps are easily available in the app stores, relevant to your phone’s OS, and are easy to install and use.

3. Leverage The Extra Features Of Third-Party Keyboard Apps

What is advantageous with third-party keyboard apps is that not only offer an enriched emoji interface with the unlimited number of smileys to choose from, but also offer other features that make your typing and interaction improved. These features include animated GIFs, expressive stickers, multiple language support, a wide number of themes, along with smart auto-correct functionality (during chatting, on a browser or elsewhere).

Your Android phone is not just a phone, but a completely digital platform in your hand. Improving how it helps you communicate and interact, giving you an enhanced experience depends completely on how you leverage and enhance the features of your virtual keyboard. 


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