This Fancy Font generator for iPhone ✓ makes cool text ✓ and lets you customize it ♥ like this: (っ◔◡◔)っ.
You can change Text to symbols, make different letters, words, and even add emoji’s. This iPhone font changer tool will make your text look different and cool.
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Cool Text: iPhone Font Generator Examples
- Cool Text: iPhone Font Generator Examples
- How to make the text in iPhone messages look different and stylish:
- Best Custom Fonts for iPhone (Free)
- iPhone Text Changer: How to Add Custom Fonts to iPhone Messages
- What Languages work with the iPhone Font maker tool?
- Types of fonts used in the iPhone Font Generator Tool
This MediaPeanut custom font maker for iPhone will convert your text into stylish, trendy, and funny text messages, which works on iPhone iMessage, SMS, Android, and more.
The width weight, slope, and character variants are manipulated using our font generator tool in order to create the appearance of dashes, spaces, and an overall style that is considered “fancy text”.
1. Army Tank Font Style
This text generated above is used in various scenarios where you would represent a person pointing at a small army tank.
The below photo and text example can also be viewed as a small cartoon waving. This is a very popular fancy text amongst our users. We recently polled our audience and found this style of fancy text usage was the most popular for iPhone users.
2. Dancing Style text
Above, you’ll see a man generated using text message unicode and symbols. These have a Fancy style and symbols embedded that you can copy and paste.
This fancy font generated shows a man that is dancing, pointing, and waving to the right side of the screen.
– If using Mac, hit Ctrl + Cmd + Spacebar to open up a secret emoji bar.
– If using Windows, hit Windows logo key + . (period).
3. Design Frame Font Style
The above example is font generated that allows you to replace the inner font with your own custom message. This is often used to emphasis a type of emblem, highlight a name, memo, or caption.
This is often used in social media profiles and back in the early 2000’s this was used in AOL instant messenger text. Current day, you can use this type of generated text on whatsapp, iMessage, telegram, snapchat, and more.
4. Heartbeat Font
The above font generated directly from our tool is created using various weighted text, bold, italics, and other symbols. It represents a heartbeat the same way you would see on a machine in the hospital.
This is one of the more advanced font generation examples as its details are finely tuned.
5. Scissor Trendy Font
The Scissor Trendy Font is actually just a Scissor type Art that can be used as a way to show others you have ‘cut them off’. The pun works well when used in combination that you see in the photo above.
More of the Best Font Generator Text Art Examples
These work best to send in a text on iPhone or Android. Here’s the most popular font generator text, voted by our audience we surveyed:
- (◔‸◔ )っ╰⋃╯
- ꧁*｡ﾟYou can write here *｡ﾟ꧂
- ✄┈┈┈┈┈ -;
Our tech experts couldn’t decipher what this last option represents [shown above], but it is popular.
This is Ricky. Copy and paste him in your text messages to say hi
Send this one to a friend and make them laugh (enter your own custom message to generate!)
| Pizza |
Instead of sending Venmo, try sending a friend a 5 or 10 symbol via text:
Here’s a font generated tank with two small people on top (text art).
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Here’s a sleeping rabbit text generated:
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While the iPhone font generator is considered an all-in-one font generator with a modern interface, it may not always fulfill your exact vision with its results.
You can still use the above unicode symbols and characters to discover more fancy letter combinations. You also may want to do this when our stylish online text generator tools do not create the ASCII Art you desire.
By generating text on your iPhone using this posts tool, you’ll be able to create any type of font design you feel fit. You will no longer need to resort to using a writing pad for your laptop to create custom designs or to make special text for teaching.
It’s also common for these generator fonts to be used on social media platforms as the fancy letters catch users eye compared to the default styled fonts the platforms provide for social profiles.
How to make the text in iPhone messages look different and stylish:
Cool iPhone message fonts are combined with emoji’s and special characters to allow a custom style font to be generated. By changing to cool text via unicode, you can turn normal text into stylish text graphics and symbols you can copy and paste online and for free.
Also see: How to make Cool text fonts
Using the text generator for iPhone can help increase engagement for titles by combining capital letters, symbols, emoji’s, and even underlined words to make for a font aesthetic that stands out more to your audience.
How to make text bold in text messages
How to bold only one word on iMessage (and keep the rest normal). There are two ways to do this:
- Use the iPhone font generator and select the bold text (25th option down) and highlight the font.
- Next, copy and paste this into iMessage. Congrats! you now have bold text on iPhone.
- Alternatively, you can use the hidden subject line field. On iPhone, go to settings.
- Next, navigate to messages
- Finally, toggle ‘show subject field’ on. You’ll now be able to make your font bold in text messages.
You’ll now be able to bold text on iPhone, no longer will you have to use codes or Siri tricks to achieve this.
How to Make Small Text on iMessage
On iPhone text messages, (this works on SMS and iMessage), you can make your text small and tiny by typing your desired text in the iPhone font generator.
- First, go to the cool font generator for iphone, and type in your desired small text
- Locate the small/text, which is the 17th option down.
- Next, copy and paste the text into your iPhone text message box.
- You now have small text on iMessage and iPhone!
Also see: Small text generator (Make font small on any device).
How to Make Big Text on iMessage (iPhone)
On iPhone text messages, (this works on SMS and iMessage), you can make your text big and super large by typing your desired text in the iPhone font generator at the top of this page.
- First, go to the iPhone cool text generator, and type in your desired small text
- Locate the largest text, which is the 17th option down.
- Next, copy and paste the text into your iPhone.
- You now have small text on iMessage and iPhone!
Also see: Big text generator
Best Custom Fonts for iPhone (Free)
iPhone Font generator is a tool that helps create stylish fonts and text that are compatible with iMessage and SMS on iPhone (and even Android). Some of these fonts use symbols, icons, and cool combinations of emoji’s and text.
Related: Android Font generator
Our iPhone font generator tool is used by thousands of people to send fancy, cool looking text with symbols on iPhone. You can also use it to style text in email and posts.
There are several cool instagram fonts available within our tool, “iPhone fonts Generator” since it provides a unique copy and paste button that makes the process streamlined without manual typing or symbol selection.
The best fonts for text messaging are below:
Examples of each text below:
These fonts are specifically “unicode” and are generated in real-time to be copied and then pasted in your text messages. The cool text is generated by our servers and then displayed on your screen to be read by you to choose which you want to use.
Scroll down to see more text that gets generated using our iPhone text tool. It generates over 200 unique fonts for you to send to your friends in iMessage.
Even if you’re not a programmer, you can also use these fonts on Mac, iPads, and different versions of iOS. It will even display on your Apple Watch. No need for an apple pencil to create cool looking words with text. The font generator tool is not limited to Apple devices and can be used on many different operating systems such as Windows and Android.
What Font is Apple Text?
The exact font used for Apple text is Helvetica Neue. However, after the iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan updates, the San Fransisco font is used on the iPhone, MacBook (Pro and Air), and iPad. This is the font used whether you are using lower case, upper case, bold, italic, and so forth (it does not vary).
Also see: Do I Need an iPad?
Also, if you are using an Apple device such as the Apple Watch, the font for Apple text remains the same: Helvetica Neue, San Fransisco.
iPhone Text Changer: How to Add Custom Fonts to iPhone Messages
There’s two effective ways to change your default text message font to something Fancy. You can also use the Font Changer (Online Tool) to switch up and change text/font.
- Use the iPhone font generator tool: Place or type your desired text in the box, hit generate, then copy and paste the changed text that was converted from standard to custom by our server.
- Create sentences and paragraphs in your choice of lower case, uppercase, or capital letters on your smartphone.
- Utilize the settings of your iPhone to change the default font settings.
There are many types of weird, cool, and fancy font styles you can generate on your iPhone or iPad.
Stylish and fancy font generator tool will create text using the English alphabet as well as any other language that utilizes the letters displayed on this site as its primary language. It will not translate or turn text into a language that does not utilize these letters.
We are continuously improving and maintaining this tool, it’s capabilities, design, and UX. We are not hiring to improve the tool yet as we have an in-house team that works on this. We also combine websafe fonts and unicode to improve the generated results.
Important: Using this font tool to create abusive, explicit, or aggressive text is strictly prohibited.
Do Cool Fonts Work on iPhones with Copy and Paste?
In rare cases, custom font may not work on iPhones that run o very old operating systems. However certain symbols in Unicode may not be permitted based on your specific settings.
There are different types of fonts such as ‘Zalgo’ & ‘glitch’ styled font that will slow down and lag your phone because of how much resources it may use.
If you are going to use a very advanced font that is generated for your iPhone, then ensure you have an up-to-date phone with enough ram and memory to handle these copy and paste fonts without errors.
Depending on which text you select you may choose to further format your generated font using bold, italics, underline, indent, and even bulleted lists. All of these formats work with each of the fonts you can generate.
It’s important to know that you will need to select the text after you copy and paste it into the text box. At this point you can format the font. It is preferred to format after rather than before because you may lose the formatting if you do not do this after you’ve pasted it.
When using the font generator tool, you can tweak, adjust, and change the text anyway you’d like using the toolbox embedded on this website.
After you’re done, you can tap load more or simply drag the three diagonal lines downward using your mouse. For those on a mobile device, you can use your finger and drag the lower right hand corner of the font generator toolbox down as far as you can so you can see and decide which font you would like to copy and paste.
Our tech experts and research team have both tested each of these cool texts and fonts on several different devices and platforms. We surveyed our audience and found that when using the iPhone font generator tool, user attention increased by over 68% compared to the group without any cool font.
These results indicate that cool, stylish font generated by our tool can be effective for standing out on social networks as well as situations where there is two or more people reading text.
What Languages work with the iPhone Font maker tool?
At the moment, the iPhone font generator tool can make fonts stylish and trendy in any language where the Roman alphabet is utilized for communication.
These include the romance languages and germanic languages.
Here are the languages that the Font generator tool is compatible with:
Keep in mind, the iPhone font generator is also known as the iPhone text maker or iPhone font changer and is intended to help anyone who uses english letters to copy and paste fancy fonts through the interface of our tool at the top of this page.
Types of fonts used in the iPhone Font Generator Tool
Below are the majority of fonts used in the iPhone font generator tool. There are several others the tool may generate based on the text that you type in and settings that you choose.
|2.||Math bold Fraktur|
|3.||Math bold italic|
|4.||Math sans bold italic|
|5.||Math sans italic|
|6.||Cool Symbol guy|
|7.||Ribbon love font|
|9.||Square inverse dark|
|10.||Upside down text|
|11.||Bubble letter Math|
|13.||Line through font|
|14.||Squiggle above text|
Our iPhone font generator tool combines font with different stroke width, style, and angles. This was influenced originally from manual printing, google fonts, font awesome, and even metal & letterpress fonts. You’ll notice some of the fancy text generated originates from the serif and san serif fonts.
|Font generation variation||Numerical values|
|Ultra-bold (or Extra bold)||800|
Modern and trendy text such as monospaced font continue to become more widely used in chat boxes, messages, Email, and especially error messages on new windows and mac applications. Typography in online chats and technology companies on the other hand have seen more variance amongst the more basic text such as Greek, latin-script, and digital typefaces.
Roman and European typefaces are combined with emojis and other symbols to create slopes and slant styles that many consider fancy or stylish. Very few results created by our iPhone font generator tool identify as cursive font and are unique. You can not find the exact combinations in microsoft word or google docs without downloading or combining various fonts manually.