Unicode Map Alternatives
WinCompose is a compose key for Windows. It allows to easily write special characters such as é ž à û ø ð ¤ Ø « = µ, and many more using short and often very intuitive key combinations.
- - WinCompose is the most popular Windows alternative to Unicode Map.
- - WinCompose is the most popular Open Source & free alternative to Unicode Map.
BabelMap is a free character map application for Windows that allows you to browse through the entire Unicode character repertoire of over 107,000 characters, or search for a particular character by name or by code point.
Character Map (Charmap.exe) is a utility included with Microsoft Windows operating systems and is used to view the characters in any installed font, to check what keyboard input (Alt code) is used to enter those characters, and to copy characters to the clipboard in lieu of...
Character Map Features
The character map that works! PopChar is an application that lets you insert special characters, umlauts and foreign letters into any document. With this character map, there is no need to search for or remember complex keystrokes.
- - PopChar is the most popular Mac alternative to Unicode Map.
- - PopChar is the most popular commercial alternative to Unicode Map.
Input all characters in Unicode with Unicode Pad. And input string can be copied to the clipboard. You can find out where selected character is in list. By long clicking, larger character and code point will be shown. Favorite characters can be memorized.
- - UnicodePad is the most popular Android alternative to Unicode Map.
Shapecatcher is a new website, that helps you to find specific Unicode characters, just by sketching their shape. Currently about 10000 of the most important Unicode characters are compared to your sketch and are analysed for similarities.
- - Shapecatcher is the most popular Web-based alternative to Unicode Map.
Handy online Unicode character table with search tool, short information about origin and history of most characters in eight languages and some great compose-tools.
Get information about any Unicode character. Just search for any Unicode character either by typing it directly in the search field (? for example), or its codepoint (U+0394), name (Greek Capital Letter Delta), and HTML code