Do you want to talk to your friends in other languages that don’t necessarily have an English writing system? Or do you want to use automatic correction for different languages, different alphabet? This is not a problem with iOS devices. We will show you how to change the language of your iPhone and iPad keyboard.
To do this, not only change the keyboard language but also pre-register a new language in the settings. We show you how you can quickly do these two manipulations.
How to make your iOS device multilingual
Not all languages are available on your iPhone by default. If you want to access special fonts, you must register them first. Do the following:
- Go to the “Settings” section and from there to the “General” section
- Press the “Keyboard” area, then on the “Keyboards” point.
- Click on the “Add a keyboard” section.
- Select the desired language from the displayed list
- Language is now added to the keyboard language list
Luckily, this list is flexible. You can reset the language order or delete it in the Change section. With a few clicks you can manage your preferred keyboard list:
- Go to the “Edit” button located in the upper right corner
Use drag and drop to rearrange keyboard languages by clicking on the icon next to the language (this way, keyboards will also appear in messaging apps when switching languages)
- Press the minus symbol next to the corresponding language
- Click the “Remove” button to completely remove the language from your list
How to change your iPad and iPhone keyboards
When you find the language you want to use, just replace it with the keyboard in the current language. You can see how to do it here:
- Go to a page with a text field to display your keyboard
- Press (and hold down) the globe icon located at the bottom left
- In the list that appears, select the language you want to use
- You can now write on the new keyboard in the language of your choice
- If you do not keep the symbol pressed, the keyboards will be changed in the order indicated above
Do you often change the language on your keyboard? Do you use the Emoji or SwiftKey keyboard separately? What language do you like to use?