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Install and add a new keyboard
You can install third-party keyboards like you install other apps on your device. Just go to the App Store and find the keyboard app that you want. Then tap Get > Install. You’ll need to enter your Apple ID password or use Touch ID if it's enabled on your device.
After you install a new keyboard, you’ll need to add it before you can use it. To add a new keyboard, go to Settings > General > Keyboard > Keyboards > Add a New Keyboard.
Turn on a new keyboard
After you install a keyboard app, you’ll see a list of available third-party keyboards that you’ve turned on. When you add or turn on a third-party keyboard, you might be asked to provide full access to your iOS device.
Some third-party keyboards require full access to your iOS device to work. This could potentially provide personal information to the third-party developer when you use the keyboard. iOS doesn't let third-party keyboards access your personal information unless you allow it for each keyboard that you add.
You can turn Full Access on or off. Go to Settings > General > Keyboard > Keyboards, and tap on the keyboard that you want to give full access to.
Switch to a third-party keyboard
You can switch to a different keyboard while you’re using an app. Just select the text field within the app. When you see the keyboard, you can tap the icon to cycle through the available keyboards. The process to switch keyboards varies with different third-party keyboards.
You might not be able to use a third-party keyboard in these situations:
- If the developer of the app you’re using doesn’t allow third-party keyboards.
- If you’re typing in a secure text field (like a password entry field that shows typed characters as dots instead of letters and numbers).
- If you’re using a number pad instead of a standard keyboard.
Instead, you’ll see the default system keyboard until you finish typing.
Remove, rearrange, or delete third-party keyboards
To manage your third-party keyboards, go to Settings > General > Keyboard > Keyboards > Edit. Here you can remove your keyboards and arrange the order they’re in.
You can also delete a keyboard by deleting the companion app you installed from the App Store. This will also remove the keyboard from Settings.
Get help with third-party keyboards
Learn what to do if your third-party keyboard isn't working or responds slowly. For more help, contact the app developer.
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Last Modified: Oct 20, 2015