The copyright symbol © can be found on the Android and iPhone keyboards.
In this article, we will outline the steps to make a copyright symbol using your Google Gboard keyboard app, the default keyboard for the Google Pixel range, and Android phones. Without further ado, here are the steps on how to find the copyright symbol on your Android phone.
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How to Make a Copyright Symbol Text On Android
In order to make a Copyright Symbol Text on an Android phone, follow the steps on your phone’s keyboard below:
- Tap ?123
- Tap =\<
- Locate the Copyright Symbol (©) and tap it.
How to Copy and Paste Copyright Symbol Text
In case you would like to save time and simply copy and paste the Copyright Symbol, simply click on the text below. It will copy the content to your personal clipboard, from which you can choose where to paste it.
To copy and paste the copyright symbol text, simply click the text below and copy it on your keyboard.
How to Make a Copyright Symbol Emoji On Android
In order to make a Copyright Symbol Emoji on an Android phone, follow the steps on your phone’s keyboard below:
- Long tap the Emoji key with the smiley face and comma ☺,
- Once the emojis come up, search under SYMBOLS
- Locate and select the Copyright Symbol emoji ©.
- Select the Copyright Symbol Emoji ©.
Alternatively, you could type “copyright” in the emoji search text box, and it will give you the Copyright Symbol Emoji.
What does the Copyright Symbol Mean?
Symbolized by the letter C and a circle, the copyright symbol or sign is used to protect intellectual property. Copyright, as its name suggests, is the right to make copies of works; it is the symbol used for works to indicate that they are covered by copyright. Among the things that may be protected by copyright are literary works, music, sound recordings, films, photographs, and artwork.
By adding it to a property, it will be marked as protected by the copyright, and any violator will not be able to claim ignorance of the fact.
You may use the copyright symbol if you intend to distribute your work in public. Additionally, this makes it easier for the public to obtain permission to use the materials from the copyright owner.
Generally, copyrights are exclusive, which means that only one entity can own and use them.