How to Change Android Fonts to iPhone

Want to change the Android font to iPhone? If so, there are two Ways to Change Android Fonts Into iPhone.

One way is to root your device. Root will allow you to use custom fonts without worrying about font compatibility with your Android device.

Another method is to download a third party app. Emoji Fonts for Flipfont 10 app is one such app. You can download it from Google Play store and install it once installed.

You can install iPhone fonts on your Android if you have a jailbroken device. 

Fortunately, the process is quite simple. You can install Cydia on your device, which allows you to install many different fonts. 

You can also use an app called AnyFont to install a custom font that looks like the one used on the iPhone. The app also supports the iPhone font, Helvetica Neue, which is available on iOS devices.

1. How to Change Android Fonts to iPhone Without Root

  1. Download GO Launcher from Play Store.
  2. Open launcher, long press home screen.
  3. Select GO Settings.
  4. Scroll down and select Fonts.
  5. Tap Choose Font.
  6. Find your font from the list or select Scan for fonts.

2. How to Change Android Fonts To iPhone With ZFont

For those of you who intend to follow how to change Android emoji to iPhone with zfont 3 then you can see the guide below.

1. Please download and install the ZFont 3 app from Play Store.

2. After that open the ZFont 3 application.

3. Choose the emoji variant you like, for example the latest iOS_14.2 emoji.

4. Tap Download, wait a while until the font is downloaded.

5. Tap Apply.

6. In the Choose Method to Install section, select Method 1 (Old) for Xiaomi smartphones.

7. Tap Change Font (from this step how to apply the font for each smartphone is different, for other smartphone brands you can follow the instructions on your smartphone screen).

8. Next select IOS_14.2.

9. Tap Apply.

10. Then tap Restart to restart your smartphone.

11. Done, now your smartphone emoji has changed to iPhone emoji.

So that’s how to change Android fonts to iPhones with ZFont, easy, right? Hopefully useful.

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