The typical keyboard that originates with most versions of Android comprises the euro icon (€), but that character is not directly visible. When you are tapping out an email note or other text and want to add the euro symbol, tap the ?123 key in the lower-left junction of the keyboard.
In the second row of numbers and signs, press and hold your finger on the $ key. Above your finger, a box will come up showing numerous currency symbols; these include the peso, the euro, the cent symbol, the pound sterling & the yen. Without lifting your finger from the display, slide to the euro sign and at that point pull your finger off the glass to put the character to the text. (Apple’s iOS 9 console tucks currency characters away in a alike place under the dollar symbol and comprises the Korean won sign for worthy measure.)
Android 6.0 contains other press-and-hold shortcuts that resource additional characters to on-screen keyboard. By pressing the question mark(?) and exclamation point symbols(!), you can change to the inverted types used in Spanish. Pressing keys in the number row exposes available division characters. On the fixed ABC keyboard, pressing letterings in the top row of the QWERTY keys hints to shortcuts for numbers or accentuated vowels. Other letters that also take accents in convinced languages (like characters a, c and n) show their substitute versions when you press down on these characters.