With iPhone and iPad, especially the former, iMessage is integrated in the way we communicate. It is probably one of the most used apps for many of us. Emoji users love it, but did you know that you can easily use words to call Emoji?
One of the great things about iPhone and iPad is that their on-screen keyboard allows you to quickly and easily switch to a variety of Emoji that you can enter with a tap, but there are other ways to send Emoji through messages, and one of them is particularly fast. In fact, there are two ways to add Emoji-shaped feel to a message that you may not know about.
How to quickly add an Emoji while typing
If you are in the middle of writing a good message, nobody likes to have to switch keyboard midstream. If you're using an iPhone, it's not necessary because iOS will suggest Emoji based on the word you've just written. To test it, type the word "Apple" in a message text window and note what happens in the QuickType field just above the keyboard. Notice the two Emoji apples?
Note: Turn off the QuickType field and do not forget how to turn it over. To select one, just press it.
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back on? To enable and disable Predictive Typing on your iPhone or iPad.
This works in the middle and is a super fast way to avoid changing keyboards when writing a message. It also works for several words Emoji names, like "Thumbs up."
How to quickly add an emoji after typing
If you've got to the end of a message and want to add some Emoji for a small color, It is not a problem either. There is no need to go back and start editing; instead, you switch to the Emoji keyboard by pressing the icon below the keyboard.
You notice that text messages can be replaced with an Emoji turns orange and you can press a word to make the switch.