How to install and use Unicode

How to Install and Use Unicode for iOS Users.Currently, there are two ways to install Unicode for iOS users. There are two versions for iOS 12 users and one for iOS 13 BETA. In iOS 13, Apple supports Unicode and has a built-in Unicode keyboard.

For iOS 12 Users How to Install Unicode Remove the Zawgyi Font Profile Link from Settings – General – Profile. Install and Restart Pyidaungsu Font from My Font App. When you convert to Unicode, you will misspell the words, notes and phone contents written in the previous Zawgyi.

To solve this problem, you can convert from Zawgyi to Unicode with an app called PYAUNG. I will post more details on how to change it.

Currently, Facebook is showing both Zawgyi and Unicode. But in Messenger, both Unicode will work. The same goes for Message: Phone operators will launch Unicode on October 1st.

Setting – General – Language & Region – Under Preferred Language Order, enter Myanmar (Burmese) and select Standard (Recommended). After reboot, restart again. Unicode has been converted.

Here’s how to install Unicode Keyboard:Go to Settings in the TTkeyboard app and remove Zawgyi Keyboard in Keyboards. Click on App Keyboard and enter Zawcode (Unicode). Now you have Unicode Keyboard installed.

Apple has added Unicode Keyboard Builtin for iOS 13 users.In Settings – General – Keyboard – Keyboards – Select New Keyboards and select Burmese. It will be fine. For TTkeyboards users, the Buitin Keyboard has a different font layout, which can be inconvenient. However, you can use it at your convenience.