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When you add the Emoji-keyboard on iOS (Settings > General > Keyboard > Keyboards > Add New Keyboard > Emoji), it automatically collects the recently used emoticons on the first tab at the bottom (the clock icon). The same goes for Messages.app on OS X; when you open the Emoji-selection from the smiley-face in the input box, it shows the ...


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No, you can't. Because there is 2 different keyboard sets, what can't be mixed in one dictation process. That could be the same like you'll try to dictate on 2 different languages in one time. That's hard enough. But... It's just now, and who knows what kind of updates we will get with new iOS versions and new devices. By the way. You can use some common ...



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