How to Use Unicode 9.0 Emojis on iPhone and iPad

How to Use Unicode 9.0 Emojis on iPhone and iPad

As soon as I came to know that Unicode 9.0 became official, and 72 hot emojis are all geared up to arrive very soon, I couldn’t hide my excitement. Interestingly, there is a way you can use Unicode 9.0 emojis on your iPhone and iPad right now.

Of course, the process is not straightforward but the pain is worth as you are able to put your hands on those awesome emojis in advance. So, what are you waiting for? Let me show you how it’s done the right way!

How to Use Unicode 9.0 Emojis on iPhone and iPad

Step #1. Launch Safari on your iPhone.

Step #2. Next up, you have to visit

Step #3. Now, scroll down until you find “Emojis from Emojipedia 3.0 are displayed below.”

Open in Safari on iPhone

Step #4. Up next, you will have to tap and hold on any emoji you like.

Step #5. Tap on the Copy from the bottom.

Copy Emoji from Website

Now, you can directly launch the Messages app on your device and send the emoji. Tap and hold on the text field and then choose Paste. Once you have pasted the emoji, send it as usual.

Paste Emojipedia URL in Messages App on iPhone

Step #6. But, if you want to create a file of all the emojis. Just copy the emojis and paste them in a separate folder in Notes app.

Launch the Notes app on your device, create a new note and then paste the emojis.

Save Emoji from Emojipedia in Notes App on iPhone

Step #7. Tap and hold on any emoji URL. Then, tap on the Copy button.

Copy Emojipedia URL from iPhone Notes App

Step #8. Now, open Messages app. Begin a conversation with your friend, paste the emojis in the text field and then send it to your friend.

Video Walkthrough of Using Unicode 9.0 Emojis on iPhone/iPad

That’s all!

Wrapping up

Now, it’s time to make the most of these amazing emojis and liven up your messaging time. I’m sure they would light up your experience. Have any feedback? Do shoot it in the comments below.

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