You can now use the ₦ Naira sign on your well-liked Android keyboard. Until recently, I was unable to use the symbol for the Nigerian currency ₦, the naira, when writing articles that included pricing for things sold there. Either I use the whole “Naira” sign or the “N” alphabet, for example, N100 stands for one hundred Naira.
I’m happy to confirm that “possibility is nothing” with Gboard. The Google Android keyboard includes a Naira symbol ₦ (Gboard). I’ll demonstrate how to enable and use the naira ₦ symbol on your Android keyboard.
How to Turn On the Naira ₦ Symbol in Gboard
- Gboard can be downloaded and installed on Android devices.
- Gboard should be set as the default keyboard for new users.
- Access settings » language and input options » access the keyboard and input method page » choose Gboard.
- Access languages “Use system language” should be disabled. To set “English (Nigeria)” as the keyboard’s default language, browse and turn it on.
When you choose the number button (?123), wait a short while, then check your Gboard to see if the “” is present.
It’s excellent that the Google keyboard now includes the Naira ₦ sign in it because you can now use it in place of the usual “N” or “#” or “=N=” symbol whenever you choose. I appreciate you, Google; Gboard will always be my favorite.