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    Default Swype + Dragon and Emoji

    First of all, I am new to Android after being an iPhone user for the last few years.

    I like the color emoji included in the stock (4.3) Samsung keyboard with Swype input enabled, but I use the Swype+Dragon keyboard because I can make the keyboard shorter in portrait view. I don't like how tall the stock keyboard is and it cannot be adjusted.

    Unfortunately, the Swype+Dragon keyboard doesn't offer color emoji. Is there another way to access them that I am missing?

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    Default Re: Swype + Dragon and Emoji

    I think the Swype beta does. There is a story with links on the front page of the site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCSholtis View Post
    I think the Swype beta does. There is a story with links on the front page of the site.

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    I thought that was Swiftkey, but I'll check.

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    Default Re: Swype + Dragon and Emoji

    Swype doesn't offer Emoji at this point, but more and more users are requesting it!

    There is an existing thread at the Swype forums about this.

    Of course, you can always go old-school and use the symbol layer (+!=) to create some sweet ASCII smileys.
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    SwiftKey has it in the beta. I am using it.
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    FBA, how do I come across beta? I am using SwiftKey and I love it. However, my emojis are all also like the picture and "un-animted".

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    Go to swift key's website (search SwiftKey beta) and download it to your phone. Make sure you go in your phone settings and allow non-market apps to be installed.

    Settings => Security => Unknown Sources

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