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How To Add Emoji Icons To Your Default iOS Keyboard

How To Add Emoji Icons To Your Default iOS Keyboard

October 10, 2012
A new jailbreak tweak called QuickEmoji allows jailbreakers to add an emoji keyboard to their default iOS keyboard. In iOS, it's possible for folks to add the emoji keyboard to their iDevice, which can then be accessed via the "globe" icon. Though, if you ask me, accessing international keyboards from the virtual keyboard can be messy - especially if you have a Siri dictation button wedged in between the globe icon and the space bar. Fortunately, QuickEmoji makes it easier than ever to access emoji icons on an iDevice. Take a look at our video walkthrough:

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Currently, QuickEmoji is available to download from the Cydia Store for free (via the BigBoss repository). Let us know if you're impressed with this new jailbreak tweak in the comments.

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