Touch screen mobiles are in the majority, which means that most users type through a virtual keyboard. Gone are the times when we wrote messages on alphanumeric or full keyboards (although there are still some of the latter), now we all do it by pressing on the keys that appear on the touch screen of our smartphone. It is true that it is difficult to get used to at the beginning and that it is not always comfortable to write. Android has the advantage of allowing us to change the keyboard whenever we want, for example by a Swype keyboard -those that allow us to type by sliding our finger across the letters. A few days ago Apple published iOS 8, the latest update to their iPhone operating system , and finally allow us to change the keyboard of the system . Most users have run to install keyboards similar to those of Android (Swype, to write freehand ...), but if you are one of the rebels who like to go against the current you can do just the opposite: install the iPhone keyboard in your Android mobile, we tell you how to do it.
The biggest advantage of Android is its versatility , and that is that there is little we cannot do with Google's mobile system. In this case, we are going to install a keyboard similar to that of the iPhone in the system, so that we can use it in any section, as if it were the original keyboard of the system. The first thing we have to do is enter the Google Play store and look for an iPhone keyboard. For this we simply type "iPhone keyboard" and we will get many results. In our case we have used the first of all (iPhone Keyboard Emulator Free), but others can be used, although this is the one with the best ratings in the application store.
Once we have installed the keyboard, it must be added to the system from the Settings menu . We open the configuration menu and access the section called "Language and text input", found within the Personal block . Here we will find several boxes just under the section "Keyboard and input methods", each of them is a different keyboard. The iPhone keyboard that we just installed should appear at the bottom, we simply check the box and we have it installed. If you have several keyboards added, such as Swype and Emoji in addition to the iPhone, you will have to change them from the keyboard itself. Next to the space bar is abutton with a globe icon , if we click on it, the entire list of available keyboards will appear, we select the iPhone and that's it.
This particular application works pretty well and fluently, but as I said there are many more options available for download from the Google Play store. This tutorial works for any type of keyboard that you want to install, regardless of whether it is like the iPhone, one for freehand writing, more icons or the famous Swype keyboard.