Install Keyboard Language to the iPad Air 2
Edited by Grimm, VisiHow, VC, Eng
You're watching VisiHow. This is a tutorial on how to add keyboard languages to the iPad Air 2.
If you wish to add new languages to your keyboard for your iPad, you'll need to tap on the "Settings" option. This is a gear-shaped icon located on the dock or on the home screen. This will open the "Settings" panel.
Tap the seventh option on the left, "General".
Scroll down the right side until you find "Keyboard".
When you find "Keyboard", tap on it once. This will open the "Keyboard" panel.
Tap on "Keyboards" at the top.
Then, tap the "Add New Keyboard..." option. You will see suggested keyboards. In this case, "English" is a suggested keyboard.
You can tap on the "QWERTY", "AZERTY", or "QWERTZ" layout.
If you are fine with the current selection, tap on the "Add New Keyboard" back arrow.
Let's tap on "Russian". You will see now that Russian keyboard layout has been added.
You can press the home button to go back to your home screen.
Alternatively, tap on the "Settings" search bar. You will see a little globe icon on the keyboard.
Tap on the globe icon. This will allow us to switch to the next language or layout, which is the Russian keyboard layout.
Tap on the globe again. This will cycle the next installed keyboard. In this video, the English keyboard will be shown again.
Press the home button. You will be taken back to home screen.
This has been a VisiHow tutorial on adding new languages to your keyboard on your iPad Air 2. If you have questions, comments, or suggestions or you need help with adding a new keyboard language to your iPad, let us know in the section below this video; and we'll get back to you. Thanks for choosing VisiHow! Have a great day!
Video: Install Keyboard Language to the iPad Air 2
Recent edits by: VC, VisiHow, Grimm