How to Get iOS Emojis on Android Devices

How to Add Apple-Style Emoji Fonts with an Emoji App Go to the Google Play store and install the Emoji Fonts for Flipfont 10 app. Go to Settings >, Display >, Font size and style. The settings options layout varies slightly across devices. ... Choose Font style. Choose EmojiFont10 to make it the default. ... You're done!

Have you ever felt left out when your iPhone-using friends send you text messages with emojis that you can’t find on your Android device? Well, worry no more! In this article, we will show you how to get iPhone emojis on any Android device.

Before, getting iPhone emojis on Android devices required rooting and using the exposed framework. However, now, there are easier ways to do it without all that hassle.

To start, open the Play Store and download the Z Font app. Once it is fully installed, open the app and scroll down until you see iOS 14 beta. Click on it and then click the download button. Once it is downloaded, click apply and reboot your device.

There are different methods to apply the font, so you can try different ones until you find what works best for you. Once your device is rebooted, you will see the new standard emojis from iOS and Apple instead of the standard, more cartoonish-looking emojis from Android.

It’s that simple! No rooting or exposed framework required. If you have any questions or concerns, let us know in the comment section below.

So, if you’re looking to impress your iPhone-using friends with your newfound emoji collection, give this method a try!


What is this emoji 🥺 on iPhone?
A yellow face with furrowed eyebrows, a small frown, and large, “puppy dog” eyes, as if begging or pleading. May also represent adoration or feeling touched by a loving gesture.
How do I get iOS 14 emojis on Android?
Download the Green Apple Keyboard app on your Android phone from the Play Store. Open the app and follow the instructions to set it as a keyboard. Once set up, you will see the keyboard with iPhone emojis on your Android device.
Why can't i see iOS emojis on Android?
If you're trying to view iPhone emojis on Android, but all you see is a random symbol, a question mark, or X when an iPhone user sends you an emoji, the problem could be an outdated operating system and/or varying Unicode support. Unicode helps translate emojis (among other things) between different systems.