Unicode Text Converter

Unicode Text Converter

A Unicode text converter is a tool that converts a range of different characters from the ASCII. There are several different encoding formats within the Unicode standard, such as UTF-8, UTF-16, and UTF-32.  However, this tool converts the characters on a one to one basis. In short, you just have to enter the simple text, and the tool will convert the text into different font/code formats.

The powerful tool can handle a large amount of text and dynamically convert each character. While you are typing your text in the input box, the tool dynamically shows the converted text in the output boxes. After typing the text, simply choose your desired font formats, click the copy button, and you are done.

You can generate multiple font styles for Facebooks, Instagram, Tik tok, Whatsapp, Youtube, Twitter, Snap chat, Linkedin, Blog, Social media  and other websites.

It converts the text into 33 different font formats which are mentioned below:

  1. Circled: Circle font consists of characters enclosed in a circle.
  2. Circled (neg): Such a font contains characters which are enclosed within a negative circle. 
  3. Fullwidth: These characters are displayed in a width that covers the full horizontal space available, similar to how East Asian characters (such as Chinese, Japanese, and Korean characters) are often rendered. 
  4. Math bold: Characters which are presented in a bold mathematical style. 
  5. Math bold Fraktur: These Characters are presented in a bold Fraktur script, commonly used in mathematical contexts
  6. Math bold italic: These are presented in a bold italicized mathematical style
  7. Math bold script: Such characters are presented in a bold script font, commonly used in mathematical notation. 
  8. Math double-struck: Presented in a double-struck or “blackboard bold” style, often used for number sets.
  9. Math monospace: Being splayed in a monospaced font, each of these characters occupies the same width.
  10. Math sans: As the name shows, these characters are presented in a mathematical sans-serif font 
  11. Math sans bold: This is a bold type of Math sans characters. 
  12. Math sans bold italic: These are the italic versions of Math sans bold.
  13. Math sans italic: These characters are simple italics versions of Math sans. 
  14. Parenthesized: These characters are enclosed within parentheses or other enclosing symbols. 
  15. Regional Indicator: Such characters are typically used to represent country flags in pairs to form regional codes.
  16. Squared: As shown by the name, each of these are  enclosed within square blocks or boxes.
  17. CJK+Thai pseudoalphabet:  CJK stands for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean, which are three East Asian writing systems. This  font mimics the appearance of an alphabet  even though the included scripts are not alphabets in the traditional sense.
  18. Acute pseudoalphabet: These characters are presented using various diacritics or accents attached to Latin letters. In languages like Spanish, Polish, Hungarian, and others, these diacritics play an important role in distinguishing between different sounds and grammatical forms.
  19. Faux Ethiopic pseudoalphabet: Also known as Ethiopic script,. it is an ancient script used for writing several languages in the Ethiopian and Eritrean regions, including Amharic, Tigrinya, and Ge’ez itself. The script has a unique set of characters that represent the sounds of these languages.
  20. Curvy 1 pseudoalphabet: These characters are from various writing systems for artistic and decorative functions.
  21. Curvy 2 pseudoalphabet: This format also contains characters from various writing systems for artistic and decorative purposes.
  22. Curvy 3 pseudoalphabet: It consists of characters from various scripts, including Thai, Greek, Cyrillic, and Latin. 
  23. Faux Cyrillic pseudoalphabet: Refers to a decorative style of text where Latin characters are modified to resemble the appearance of Cyrillic characters, without actually using the Cyrillic script. These characters are used for graphic design, logo creation, or artistic projects where a specific visual style is needed. Usually, these are not needed for serious communication.
  24. Math Fraktur pseudoalphabet: These are the stylized/decorative set of characters that imitate the appearance of Fraktur script,  a type of blackletter calligraphy.
  25. Rock Dots pseudoalphabet: It consists of latin characters with randomly placed dots (top and bottom) to serve a decorative role. 
  26. Subscript pseudoalphabet: This script consisted of subscript characters along with a combination of pseudoalphabet.  
  27. Small Caps pseudoalphabet: It is a decorative text style in which uppercase letters are replaced with smaller versions of uppercase letters. Small caps are a typographic style where capital letters are designed to be the same height as lowercase letters but still retain the appearance and weight of uppercase characters. 
  28. Stroked pseudoalphabet: It contains the characters which are modified by having random strokes or lines through them, creating a distinct visual effect. This type of text style is used for artistic or decorative purposes. 
  29. Superscript pseudoalphabet: In this style, lowercase letters are modified to appear as smaller, raised characters above the baseline.
  30. Inverted pseudoalphabet: In this style, some of the lowercase letters are flipped or rotated to resemble different characters. In some cases, the same characters but appearing upside down. Such a style is often used for playful or decorative purposes, and it can create a distinctive and visually interesting effect.
  31. Inverted pseudoalphabet (backwards):  It is simply the same style as Inverted pseudoalphabet but read from right to left. It doesn’t involve flipping or rotating the characters like the “Inverted pseudoalphabet” style.
  32. Reversed pseudoalphabet: It involves characters that are visually or graphically similar when flipped or rotated. This style is often used for decorative or creative purposes to create a distinctive and playful effect. Some of the characters in this style resemble their regular counterparts, while others might require a degree of imagination to see the resemblance.
  33. Reversed pseudoalphabet (backwards): The style is the same as the original text but read from right to left. This style doesn’t involve flipping or rotating the characters, but rather reversing the order in which they appear.

What is a “pseudo” alphabet and its purpose? 

A “pseudo” alphabet is like a pretend alphabet that looks like another one but it doesn’t work the same way. It’s used for fun, art, or decoration, and doesn’t always make sense in the real language.

For example, in “Faux Cyrillic,” regular letters are changed to look like Russian letters, but they still sound and mean the same as regular letters. It’s just for jokes or looks, not for real Russian writing.

Same is the case with “Faux Ethiopic,”. The letters might look like the ones from Ethiopia, but they don’t actually sound or mean the same way. It’s just for design, not for real Ethiopian writing.