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Como ter emoji de iPhone no Android

Knowing how to have iPhone emoji on Android can be quite interesting. As the iOS on-screen keyboard is quite popular, chances are you’ll want to use the famous icons in your conversations or social media in general.

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Luckily, with the free apps iMore Emoji Keyboard or zFont 3, this can be done in a simple and practical way directly from Google’s operating system. Check out how to do this below!

How to Get iPhone Emoji on Android by Installing a Keyboard

While most Android keyboard apps don’t have emojis that look that much like iOS ones, the one that came closest in our tests was iMore.

  • Download the iMore Emoji Keyboard app (Android) on your phone;
  • Open it and tap “Enable iMore Keyboard”. Although this configuration step is in English, the keyboard offers the option of Portuguese;
  • You will be taken to the Android “Virtual Keyboard Available” section, so enable it;

    Download iMore Emoji Keyboard and activate it on Android (Screenshot: Matheus Bigogno)
  • Tap “OK” on the two pop-ups that open next;
  • Open the app again and click “Select iMore Keyboard”;
  • Check the option “Portuguese (Brazil) iMore Keyboard”;

    Select the keyboard as your phone’s main keyboard (Screenshot: Matheus Bigogno)
  • If you want, go to the “Themes” tab and select a keyboard theme. Just click on “Activate”;

    If you want, download other keyboard themes (Screenshot: Matheus Bigogno)
  • To access iPhone emojis, just open the keyboard normally, tap the icon next to the “Space” bar and use them.

    See how to have iPhone emoji on Android (Screenshot: Matheus Bigogno)
  • How to have iPhone emoji on Android by installing a package

    Another option, in addition to using a keyboard, is to install a package with iOS emoji fonts through the zFont 3 app.

  • Download the zFont 3 app (Android) and, when you open it, tap on “Grant permission”;
  • Allow Android to install the app’s fonts by enabling the “Allow from this font” option;

    Download the zFont 3 app and allow it to install the fonts on Android (Screenshot: Matheus Bigogno)
  • Locate the emoji pack you want to use and tap on it;
  • Click “Download” and then “Apply”;

    In the “Emoji” section, choose a pack to download (Screenshot: Matheus Bigogno)
  • In the pop-up that opens then select the “Auto” option, which automatically recognizes your Android version. From that moment on, you have to be very careful and follow exactly the steps suggested by;
  • First, tap “Install Samsung Sans” to install the suggested font;
  • Tap “Change font to Samsung Sans” to change the font from “Default” to “Samsung Sans”;
  • If not, tap “Your Samsung Account must be signed-in” to log in with your Samsung account;
  • Then click on “Backup Data” and back up only the “Settings”, uncheck everything else;
  • Go back to zFont 3 and tap “Uninstall Samsung Sans” to uninstall the font;
  • Now, install the package you chose. If you want to install another emoji pack, you no longer need to repeat steps 6 to 10 listed above;
  • Tap “Change font to Default” and select “Default” keyboard;
  • Finally, restore data only from “Settings”;
  • To access the new icons, activate Gboard as your main keyboard and go to its emojis section.

    Now you know how to have iPhone emoji on Android (Screenshot: Matheus Bigogno)
  • From now on, you know exactly how to get iPhone emoji on Android using iMore and zFont 3 Emoji Keyboard apps.