Though Apple’s standard keyboard is quite good, there are several third-party keyboard apps like, Gboard which boasts of more features and is a delight to use. That’s why iPhone and iPad owners enjoy typing on the custom keyboards with more flare.
Setting up a third-party keyboard as the default option on iOS devices is pretty simple. (Settings>General>Keyboard>Keyboard>Add New Keyboard). However, the custom keyboards will switch back to the default one every now and then especially in stock apps like Safari and Messages; making you puzzled why it happens. Nonetheless, there is a way to fix it.
How to Prevent Custom Keyboard from Switching Back to Default on iPhone or iPad
Step #1. Launch Settings app on your iOS device.
Step #2. Next up, tap on General.
Step #3. Tap on Keyboard.
Step #4. Tap on Keyboard again.
Step #5. Up next, you have to tap on Edit from the top right-hand corner.
Step #6. Tap on the red icon next to English or the language you have chosen for Apple’s standard keyboard.
Step #7. Now, tap on Delete.
Step #8. Finally, tap on Done from the top right corner to confirm.
That’s it! The issue has been resolved. You can start using your favorite custom keyboard without any hindrance.
What sort of changes would you like to see in the standard keyboard in the upcoming iOS 10? Fortunately, there are plenty of good-looking concept features which can immensely transform the user-experience of the next-gen iOS.