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iPhone & iPad: How to customize keyboard shortcuts

[2018-08-10 07:01:38]

One of the most underrated features on iOS has always been keyboard shortcuts, or like Apple likes to call them, text replacements. This allows users to easily expand something such as an email address or phone number by typing out “@@”, or “##” for example. Text replacements can also be useful as a shortcut to certain emojis, as well.

iPhone & iPad: How to customize keyboard shortcuts


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