Glyphy.io – one-click access to non-standard Unicode characters
Designer Cai Cardenas made a simple website that will be useful to anyone who works with text. It is called Glyphy and allows you to quickly find and copy an atypical Unicode character.
The principle of operation is simple: find the desired character (they are grouped by type) and click on it to copy. For maximum convenience, the site can be bookmarked. On mobile devices, this also works.
The creator noted that he did not specifically clutter up the site with symbols that are already on any keyboard. In the future, the page will be replenished with other useful symbols. The interface itself is simple and convenient, happy with the lack of advertising and an intuitively easy search, although the list of characters is not small.
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