Copy & Paste Amazing Symbols and Fancy Text

SF Symbols - SF Symbols - Human Interface Guidelines - Apple Developer

What is it?
These special symbols are real text and available to copy and paste anywhere, such as Microsoft Word, Facebook, Twitter, HTML, or Blogging. Click the icon to copy to clipboard

Recently Used
This will automatically collect your most recent and frequently used icons.

Symbols & Fancy Text is a symbol & picture text collection that helps you get Facebook symbols, fancy letters, special characters, special symbols... right in a web browser, such as math symbol, PI symbol, infinity symbol, copyright symbol, TM symbol, heart symbol,... It also provides an extensive list of emoticons, emojis, symbols & smiley faces that can be used on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram.
This Symbols & Picture Text collection provides fancy symbols, alt codes, cursive letters, text symbols, emoji symbols, special symbols, aesthetic symbols, text picture, text emoticons, keyboard symbols, FB symbols, cute symbols, cent symbols, cent sign, alt codes, bullet point, fonts for Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, ...

Copy and paste symbols with this cool symbol picker tool, which help easily get Facebook symbols, Instagram symbols, Twitter symbols, emoji, emoticon text & text art. Just click on a symbol, an emoji or a text art to copy it to the clipboard. You can also check out the ios app and android app. PS: Additionally, we provide a tool to help you insert emojis to your text.

This is a simple online tool that converts regular text into text symbols that resemble the normal alphabet letters. It converts text into several symbol sets which are listed in the second text area, and the conversion is done in real-time and in your browser using JavaScript. If you'd like your text to be randomly translated into a different symbol (character by character), check out my other translator called "fancy text".

You'd be forgiven for thinking that this translator converts text into a number of different fonts - that's not what's happening here. So how does it work? Unicode.

This translator is essentially generating Unicode symbols that resemble letters from the Latin alphabet (a, b, c, ...). Unicode is an international standard for symbols in computer-related industries. It supersedes "ASCII" and actually contains all the ASCII symbols within its specification. There are literally tens of thousands of different symbols defined by Unicode compared to 256 characters defined by the extended ASCII set. On top of this, Unicode allows us to add diacritic marks which augment our characters and allow us to produce weird stuff like this:

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