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Change Keyboard Language in Android, iPhone, iPad

How to Change Keyboard Language

Android

Gboard allows you to add a language.

The language settings on your Android device are unaffected when you use Gboard to change languages.

Install Gboard on your Android phone or tablet.

Open any app that allows you to type, such as Gmail or Keep.

You’ll see a text box where you can type.

Tap the Open features menu at the top of your keyboard.

More Options can be found by tapping it.

Select Languages from the drop-down menu Include a keyboard.

Select the language you want to enable.

Select the design you want to use.

Don’t forget to tap Done.

Through Android settings, you can add a language to Gboard.

Open the Settings app on your Android phone or tablet.

Select System Languages & Input from the drop-down menu.

Select Virtual keyboard from the “Keyboards” menu.

Select Gboard Languages from the drop-down menu.

Choose a language.

Select the layout you wish to use and turn it on.

Don’t forget to tap Done.

Gboard allows you to change languages.

Open any programme that allows you to type on your Android phone or tablet, such as Gmail or Keep.

You’ll see a text box where you can type.

To switch languages, press and hold the space bar.

Using the language switch key, you can change languages.

Open any programme that allows you to type on your Android phone or tablet, such as Gmail or Keep.

You’ll see a text box where you can type.

To access the Gboard settings, press and hold the comma in the bottom left corner of your keyboard, then drag your finger to Settings.

Select Preferences.

Toggle the language switch by pressing the Show language switch key.

Turn off Show emoji switch key if “Show language switch key” is greyed out.

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Apple’s iPhone or iPad

Gboard is only available on iPhones and iPads running iOS 9 or later.

Include a language.

The language settings on your iPhone or iPad are unaffected when you use Gboard.

Install Gboard on your iPhone or iPad.

Open any app that allows you to type, such as Gmail or Keep.

You’ll see a text box where you can type.

Touch and hold Globe at the bottom of your keyboard.

Select Languages from the drop-down menu.

Select Add language from the drop-down menu.

Toggle on the language you want to use.

Change your language.

Open any app that allows you to type on your iPhone or iPad, such as Gmail or Keep.

You’ll see a text box where you can type.

Touch and hold Globe at the bottom of the keyboard.

Select the language you want to use by tapping it.

Make your own keyboard layout.

Open the Settings app on your iPhone or iPad.

Select General.

Keyboards can be tapped.

Add or enable the layout you’d like to use.

Windows

Change your keyboard layout or other typing methods. When you add a language, it comes with a keyboard layout or input method so you can type in the language. You can add a new keyboard layout or swap between the ones you already have if you want to use a different one.

Add a language’s keyboard layout or input method. Swipe in from the right edge of the screen and select Settings, then Change PC settings. (If you’re using a mouse, slide the mouse pointer up to the lower-right corner of the screen, click Settings, and then click Change PC settings.)

Then tap or click Time and language, followed by Region and language.

To add a keyboard to a language, tap or click it, then tap or click Options.

Toggle between tapping and clicking. Add a keyboard, then select the one you want from the input method list by tapping or clicking it.

Toggle between different keyboard layouts and input modalities.

You can switch between multiple keyboard layouts or input techniques to enter text. Switching between keyboard layouts or input methods can be done in a number of different ways:

Press and hold the Windows logo key on a physical keyboard, then press the Spacebar to cycle through your input options.

If you have a touchscreen, you can change the layout of your touch keyboard by tapping or clicking the keyboard icon, and then tapping or clicking the desired keyboard layout.

Tap or click the language abbreviation in the notification area at the far right of the taskbar, then tap or click the keyboard layout or input method you want to switch to on the desktop taskbar.

 

Change the keyboard layout or input technique that is used by default.

The keyboard layout or input method that comes standard with the language you view Windows in is your default keyboard layout or input method (for example, the QWERTY keyboard for American English). Follow these procedures if you wish to preserve your Windows language but use a different keyboard automatically:

Swipe in from the right side of the screen to open Control Panel, then touch Search (or, if you’re using a mouse, pointing to the upper-right corner of the screen, dragging the mouse pointer down, and then selecting Search), type Control Panel in the search box, then tap or click Control Panel.

In the search box, type Add a language and then tap or click Add a language.

Advanced options can be accessed by tapping or clicking on them.

Choose the keyboard layout or input method you’d want to be your new default under Override for the default input method, and then touch or click Save.

Note: 

If you don’t see the keyboard layout or input method you’re looking for, it’s because it hasn’t been added to your input method list. See the section Add a keyboard layout or input method for a language for instructions.

 

Jennie Marquez

Jennie Marquez

Jennie B. Marquez is a TV presenter, writer, and video producer. Also, Khaleesi, despite the fact that she does not legally control any land, army, or dragons. Yet.
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