Генератор текста для инстаграм

Fonts for Instagram

This is a simple generator that you can use to make fonts for Instagram. Simply put your normal text in the first box and fonts for Instagram bio/captions/etc. will appear in the output box with all sorts of cool symbols. You can copy and paste the fonts anywhere you want – including places like Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook, etc. But special fonts and symbols on Instagram are fairly popular so I figured I’d make a translator just for Instagram fonts. I noticed there were a few apps doing the same thing but who wants to download (or even pay) for an app when you can instantly generate fonts online and copy and paste them straight away.

For those interested: this generator actually produces Unicode symbols, so they’re not real Instagram fonts per se, but rather Instagram symbol sets. That’s why you can copy and paste them and use them in your bio and comments. If they were real fonts them you wouldn’t be able to copy them to other places (to copy and paste a ‘font’ doesn’t really make sense – website creators decide on the font you use and that can’t be changed).

But having said that it’s much easy to just call them fonts (or even insta fonts, or ig fonts, for short ;), because who really cares. That’s not to scoff at the Unicode standard. It’s pretty cool – more than 100,000 text symbols including everything from cursive alphabets like you see above to weird emoji symbols representing thousands of different objects.

If any of the special characters above don’t work in your Instagram bio (or if they appear as question marks or plain squares) then it’s probably because your device doesn’t support the relevant Unicode characters yet. Since the Unicode standard is so big, it’ll take many years for all the characters to be included in all the new devices, but it’s happening pretty fast, so it may only be a month or two until your browser/device supports the new cool symbols.

If you’ve got any suggestions for how I could improve this here Instagram font generator, please let me know in the comments below!

Здравствуйте! Этот веб-сайт дает вам возможность конвертировать обычный текст в классные шрифты. Вы можете использовать шрифты в своей биографии Инстаграм. Просто напишите текст в первом поле, и причудливые символы будут отображаться во втором поле. Вы можете копировать и вставлять шрифты в Инстаграм.

Okay, so hopefully that made a bit of sense. If you can read English, then sorry about my lack of Russian skills. I used Google Translate to produce the text above, and so I imagine that it doesn’t quite sound right. I hope I can assume that most people coming to this page can read English, because the fonts here tend to work only on latin characters, and not Russian characters (though some of the fonts do work with Russian characters).

Hopefully you got the gist: This page simply lets you create all sorts of fancy fonts that you can use in your Instagram bio. It works by converting all the letters to various "stylish" or "fancy" alphabets using special characters from the Unicode standard. I.e. characters other than the usual ones in the Latin alphabet.

Unicode began in the early 1980s as an international organisation which governs the rules about how binary data should be converted into textual characters. It’s handy to have a "universal" set of rules, so that all the different programs out there in the world are essetially speaking the same language. That "language" is UTF-8, which stands for "Unicode Transformation Format – 8 bit". Most software these days "speaks" in UTF-8 when dealing with text data – it’s the most popular text encoding format in the world, and is backwards compatible with ASCII (which was a precursor to Unicode).

Unicode is responsible for the creation and standardisation of emojis too! You’ll notice that several of the Instagram fonts produced by this generator include emojis in them :)

Надеюсь, вам понравятся эти красивые шрифты для Инстаграм!

Welcome to InstaFonts.io! We have over 90 bio fonts for you to make your bio all fancy like. You can copy and paste these text fonts and use them not just in your Instagram bio, but all over the internet! They’re particularly useful on social media sites that don’t allow you to format your text (e.g. bold, italics, underline, etc.). Using some bold text to, for example, punctuate important points in your post could help you draw readers attention to the important parts (skimming is the new "reading" in the internet age). Stylish text fonts like those of this website are also handy to just draw peoples’ attention to your post/tweet/etc. in the first place. Insta Fonts was primarily designed to bring you fonts for your Instagram bio, but we hope you’ll find it useful for other purposes too!

How does this work?

Here’s the short explanation: Your keyboard is hiding characters from you. Your keyboard has only about 100 characters on it, but that’s just because it can’t fit any more. There are actually tens of thousands of characters! No joke. There were originally 128 characters (read about ASCII), but then Unicode was introduced and that supports an unlimited number of characters. Each year the Unicode standard grows to incorperate more characters – and emojis! That’s right, emojis are actually just textual characters! It would be perfectly plausible to have a keyboard that had keys which were for emojis. Okay, so there are a bunch more characters than the ones on your keyboard, but how do we generate bold/italic/fancy text that can be copy-pasted away from this site and into another one? Well, amongst these tens-of-thousands of other characters are actually whole character sets that look similar to the alphabet on your keyboard. Some of these character sets were added for mathematicians, linguists, and other academics who wanted to be able to express their equations and formulae in their emails to one another (emails didn’t have formatting of text, originally), and other character sets were introduced for countries that required them to communicate (e.g. full-width latin characters to supplement the full-width Japanese characters). So that’s how we ended up with all these funky text fonts. Of course, many of the above "fonts" aren’t "proper" character sets – they were put together into a set that sort of resembles an alphabet.

Okay, now on to the long explanation: The long explanation starts with an international organisation called "Unicode". It’s the organisation that handles the international standards for converting numbers into textual characters. Unicode was the solution to an increasingly important problem in the dawn of computing and the internet: How does my computer communicate with another computer on the other s >

And here comes Unicode to solve all our problems. In the early 1980s a bunch of prominent computer scientists and engineers got together to try to solve this increasinly annoying problem. They invented an encoding that was backwards compatible with ASCII (an absolte must since no one wanted to re-write all their documents and programs to handle a new encoding). So this means that Unicode and the ASCII specifications are actually the exact same for the first 128 characters. Thus, a chain of Unicode-encoded numbers which represent the letters of the Latin alphabet (or any other characters in the first 128) could actually be read by a program that was designed to only read ASCII characters. But if the Unicode text had other characters (outside of the 0-127 range), then the ASCII-reader wouldn’t understand it.

Okay, so how is this relevant to Instagram fonts? Well, Unicode was successful in launching an international standard for encoding an indefinitely large set of new characters. This meant that tens of thousands of new characters could be introduced – for every language and purpose that anyone could desire (including the modern-day needs of social media: emojis!). And this led to the introduction of many characters that, either by mistake or design, resembled the normal characters that you see on your keyboard. There are so many characters in Unicode that more "fancy text fonts" are being "discovered" all the time. You can simply browse through the Unicode characters and try to find interesting characters which look a bit like alphanumeric characters and then build your own "text font".

Are they actually "fonts"?

Well, not really. A font (or really, a "Typeface") is something that gets applied to regular characters like the ones you’re reading right now. The font "transforms" the "style" of the characters, but doesn’t change the actual characters at all. That’s why you can’t simply copy and paste the text you’re reading right now into a social media website and expect the font to be "transferred" along with the characters. However, if you copy �������� �������� then it will actually copy the "style" that those characters appear to have. That’s because, as explained previously, those fancy character are actually separate characters rather than being the same characters with a particular "style" applied. The characters "e" and "��" are as different as "S" and "5". They may appear similar, but they’re completely different characters.

Which fonts will work in by bio?

Instagram has blocked certain characters from appearing in bios, and so you may find that some of these fonts don’t work properly on Instagram. It’s hard to keep track of which fonts are working and which ones aren’t at any particular time, so we’ve included all of our fancy fonts and you can easily test them by just attempting to put them in your bio and seeing if it works. The same goes for if you’re using these fancy fonts on Twitter, or Tumblr, or Amino, or Discord, or absolutely anywhere else. Whether or not a font works will simply depend on whether the developers of the platform have decided to ban the characters of the font.

Can I use these fonts on other social networks?

Yes! You can use them on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Reddit, Amino, Discord, Spectrum, WhatsApp, WeChat, YouTube, QQ, SnapChat, Skype, VKontakte (VK), Pinterest, Taringa, and more! Basically, anywhere that you can publish text, there’s a decent change that you can use these stylish text fonts to spruce up your posts. This site is called Insta Fonts simply because Instagram is one of the most widely used social media platforms. As I’ve noted above, some sites disallow certain Unicode characters, and so not all of these Unicode fonts will work on all sites.

Feedback

Got some feedback for the team? You can share it with us here. We’ll do our best to incorperate your suggestions into the website on the next update. Thanks for visiting Insta Fonts!

Note: This homepage is actually just a place-holder. You’ll soon be able to see many more fonts – all designed by people like you using our fancy font maker! :)

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