Facebook Font Changer

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What is Facebook Font Changer?

Facebook Font Changer is an online tool used to change normal fonts to many types of crazy 🤪 fonts. You can use the changed font on Facebook. This tool uses Unicode characters, so you can use this generated font on any Unicode supported sites (for example – Facebook)

Features of Facebook Font Changer:

This font changer tool comes with many amazing features:

  • Generate 250+ Facebook Fonts
  • Copy font in a single click
  • Use font on Facebook post

What is font?

A font is a set of printable or displayable text characters in a specific style and size. The type design for a set of fonts is the typeface and variations of this design form the typeface family. Thus, Helvetica is a typeface family, Helvetica italic is a typeface, and Helvetica italic 10-point is a font. Learn more at Whatis

How to use Facebook font changer?

Follow the steps given below to use a font changer.

  1. Open HubsAdda.com
  2. Search Facebook font changer inside HubsAdda
  3. Type text in the box to change the font
  4. Now, scroll down to see all the changed font
  5. Click on copy button to and then paste on facebook

How does Font Changer Work?

This font changer is just a tool that converts your desired text into different style letters with the help of Unicode encoding symbols.

What is Unicode?

A Unicode font is a computer font that maps glyphs to code points defined in the Unicode Standard. The vast majority of modern computer fonts use Unicode mappings, even those fonts which only include glyphs for a single writing system, or even only support the basic Latin alphabet. Learn more about Unicode at Wikipedia