How to change the keyboard on your iPhone

The iPhone comes with various foreign-language keyboards which the user can enable at any time if they feel the need to type in a different language. The Cupertino tech giant wanted to ease communicating in different languages.

An iPhone’s built-in keyboard already has a lot of cool features and with the emoji keyboard already installed on all iOS devices, the majority of people are satisfied with the default keyboard.

How to change keyboard on iPhone

How to change the keyboard on your iPhone

Users can also opt for third-party keyboards to give a new and fresh look. Some keyboards feature additional emojis, alternate key layouts, wallpaper on the keyboard, or even offer Swype style to use swipe to text rather than tapping on keys. You can follow our simple guide to change the keyboard on your iPhone.

  1. Open Settings.How to change keyboard name on iPhone
  2. Tap General, then go to Keyboard.How to change keyboard on iPhone
  3. There you will find Keyboards.How to change keyboard on iPhone
  4. Tap on Add New Keyboard.How to change keyboard on iPhone
  5. Scroll to find the keyboard you want to use and then tap Done. How to change keyboard on iPhone 6

After doing this, the next time your keyboard pops up you will have easy access to the keyboards you have added. This will make communicating in different languages much easier.

If you want to give your keyboard a different look then you can try out Color Keyboard, the app allows you to customize your keyboard, tons of themes, choose your own unique style, and use aesthetic fonts. Another app called iKeyboard offers piano music while typing, 100+ unique fonts, swipe on the keyboard to type, and a huge number of emotions emojis and symbols.

We hope this guide helped you to change the keyboard on your iPhone. Let us know in the comments below!

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Usman has been playing games for as long as he can remember. He is an editor at iThinkDifferent and writes about games, Apple news, hardware, productivity guides, and more. When not writing for iTD, Usman loves to play competitive Team Fortress 2, spends time honing his football skills, and watches superhero movies.