How to Bold Text on Twitter for Mobile and Format Text

Social platforms like Facebook and Twitter do not support text formatting. Thatโ€™s to say, we canโ€™t use text styles like bold, italic, underlined, strikethrough and custom fonts in our Tweets, replies, messages, and Twitter profile name. Itโ€™s very easy to can use different fonts or bold text on Twitter for mobile or web. You can use a text generator service like YayText, Fancy Font Generator, Emoji Stock, Mess Letters, Cool Symbols, Fancy Text Fonts, Unicode Text Generator, and apps like Stylish Font, and Emojis & Fonts Keyboard.

Recently, I wrote about some of the easiest and quickest ways to bold and italicize text on Facebook posts, status, chats and bio info. I this tutorial, weโ€™ll see how we can tweet in bold, italic and a number of fancy text styles. Below is an example of a Tweet in different text formats and fonts. Check the following demo Tweet to get an understanding of what I am talking about. As you can see, I could even use italic bold font in the Twitter profile name.

Please note that the methods to bold text on Twitter for mobile (Android and iOS) not only work on the web version but also on WhatsApp, Instagram, Telegram, Facebook and Snapchat and all other messenger apps. You should also check out how you can block Tweets and Retweets from individuals.

How do Text Generators Work?

You must be wondering how can you make your text bold on Twitter for mobile or web if the app does not support text formatting at all? Well, the answer is simple. Actually, the fancy text or font apps or online text generator services take advantage of Unicode characters.

That is to say, these text generators like YayText and Fancy Text Fonts add HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) tags and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) attributes to text. When you copy the text, you also copy the hidden attributes and tags attached to it. For example, a text from a text generator can have CSS values like <bold>, <em>, font-style: italic, font-weight: bold, etc. Apps like Stylish Text generator, Cool Fonts, and Fonts keyboard for Android and iOS, take advantage of the Unicode characters.

Fancy Text Styles for Twitter (Mobile & Web)

Below is the list of more than 60 fonts and text styles including bold, italic, and underlined that you can use on Twitter for mobile and web.

  1. A-cute
  2. Air quotes
  3. Big bubbles
  4. Black square
  5. Bold (sans and serif)
  6. Bold script
  7. Bubble
  8. Circled
  9. CJK+Thai
  10. Clapback
  11. Classified
  12. Curvy
  13. Diamonds
  14. Double-struck
  15. Double underline
  16. FauxCyrillic
  17. FauxEthiopic
  18. Fraktur
  19. Frown above
  20. Fullwidth
  21. Inverted
  22. Inverted (backward)
  23. Italic (sans & serif)
  24. Italic Bold
  25. Keycap bubbles
  26. Lightning above
  27. Long slash
  28. Long strikethrough
  29. Fraktur
  30. Mini-me
  31. Mini stacked
  32. Mini superscript
  33. Monospace
  34. More lightning
  35. Parenthesis
  36. Rainbow hearts
  37. Regional Indicator
  38. Reversed
  39. Reversed (backward)
  40. Rock Dots
  41. Short slash
  42. Short strikethrough
  43. Small Caps
  44. Smiley above
  45. Squared
  46. Squared (neg)
  47. Stroked
  48. Subscript
  49. Superscript
  50. Tilde strikethrough
  51. Under-arrow
  52. Under-asterisk
  53. Under-seagull
  54. Underline (double macron)
  55. Underline (low line)
  56. Upside down
  57. Vaporwave

Here is a screenshot showing the fancy text styles.

twitter text styles list
List of fancy text

How to Bold Text on Twitter

Finally, letโ€™s see how we can use bold, italic and various other text styles on Twitter for mobile and web. We can make bold letters on Twitter and all other social media platforms using online text generators and mobile apps. Weโ€™ll start with the text generators first. Though YayText is is most popular of all available text generators, Iโ€™ll be using websites like Emoji Stock and Fancy Text Guru because they are easy to use on both mobile and desktop web browsers.

By following the steps below, you can bold, italicize, underline your whole Tweet or a certain portion of your text. Anyway, letโ€™s begin without any further ado.

  1. Open the Twitter mobile app on your Android or iOS device.
  2. Tap the Add Tweet button or option.
  3. Open EmojiStock or FancyTextGuru or any text generator mentioned on this page in your mobile browser.
  4. If you want the whole Twitter message in bold or italic text, type your text in the text input box.type your text to generate fancy text
  5. As soon as you type your text, youโ€™ll see a list of fancy text styles. Just go to the text style you want to use and copy it.
  6. In case you want to bold just a portion of text on Twitter, you can just type that text and copy it. You can also type your Twitter message first and then paste in the text box on the fancy text generator website.
  7. Once you have copied the bold or italic text, switch to the Twitter mobile app or open the Twitter for web window and paste the copied text.

    bold text twitter
    Fancy text on Twitter

Thatโ€™s how text formatting is possible on Twitter. Using the method described above, you can easily bold text on Twitter for mobile and web.

List of Online Text Generators

Apart from the online text generators mentioned above, there are some more options that you can use to bold text on Twitter on your smartphone and web browser.

Use Bold Text on Twitter on Android & iOS

In case you donโ€™t want to use a website to use stylish fonts on Twitter, there are some great mobile apps using which you can share Twitter messages in bold, italic and several other text styles.

If you use an Android smartphone or tablet, you can use apps like Fonts Keyboard, Stylish Text, Stylish Text and Font Generator, and Cool Fonts. As for iPhone and iPad users, they can install apps like Stylish Text Generator Pro and Cool Fonts. Of course, there are dozens of fancy text generators and stylish font keyboards available on the Google Play and Apple App Store, but I would recommend these apps.

1. Fonts โ€“ Emojis & Fonts Keyboard

Fonts keyboard app does not just let you type bold and italic text but also in a range of different font styles. The best thing about this app is that it wonโ€™t nag you with ads. Once you install this keyboard, you just need to switch to the Fonts app and start typing in a variety of text styles on Twitter for mobile, Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, Telegram, and almost an even in Gmail. You can install it as you install any keyboard app. If you are new to Android, you can follow the steps given below to use it.

  1. Download and install Emojis & Fonts Keyboard on your device and launch it.
  2. Tap the Enable Fonts keyboard and Switch to Fontsย options.

    setup fonts keyboard app
    Fonts keyboard welcome screen

  3. Now switch to the Fonts keyboard app.

    select fonts keyboard
    Select keyboard Android

  4. Now press the Back button and open the Twitter app and tap the add Tweet button.
  5. You can now type bold text and enjoy various other font styles to create messages that draw attention.

    tweet in bold text
    Font styles in Twitter

2. Text Generator Apps

Just like online text generator websites, there are some great Android and iOS apps that can generate stylish versions of any piece of text you want. You can use the generated text and use it anywhere.

  1. Install Cool Fonts or Stylish Text from Google Play or App Store.
  2. Open the installed app and type your text to generate its stylish versions.

    cool fonts and stylish text apps
    Stylish Text & Cool Fonts Android apps

  3. Now tap and hold the text style you want to use and itโ€™ll be copied to the clipboard.
  4. Open or switch to the app where you want to use it. Tap and hold the typing area when you want to use and select the Paste option.

The fancy and bold text generators listed above will let you enjoy text formatting on Twitter mobile and web. Well, now you know to bold text on Twitter. Enjoy and share your experience with us!

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