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Codepoint

Unicode & SF Symbols Finder

73,000+ Unicodes in your pocket

Martin LexowApp ahead GmbH

Glyphoria.

All Unicodes at a glance, including SF Symbols and emojis. Convert their code points into any imaginable format. A slick, multi-platform companion for developers, designers, and typographers.

Screenshot of Codepoint running on macOS, with the “Greek Theta Symbol” entity selected, revealing all its details in a right sidebar.
Highly functional. Exceptionally beautiful.

Get more out of Unicode

  1. Search fast. Search far.

    Profound search.

    Meticulous effort was made to make the search as mighty as possible. Codepoint is a valuable reference for humans who works with text in the digital era.

  2. Glyphs now entering the third dimension.

    Every glyph. More extraordinary.

    On the Mac, an UDSZ converter allows you to easily generate actual 3D assets. And on iOS, you can explore almost any character in Augmented Reality.

Surprisingly comprehensive for its size

  1. A snippet of the Codepoint app showing various collections.

    Collections

    Codepoint organizes entities in Unicode blocks. You can freely choose which of these collections you would like to see, or not.

  2. Screenshot of the settings panel in Codepoint, showing the favorites tab selected, featuring an import and export button.

    Favorites

    Your favorites are stored across devices thanks to the built-in iCloud sync. In the spirit of openness, you can export your favorites also as JSON file.

  3. Screenshot of a typography hint for the apostrophe sign in the Codepoint app.

    Typography clues

    Fequently encountering false apostrophes in the world left me feeling drained — so I enriched selected characters with valuable how-to-use hints.

Rapidly convert font glyphs into 3D assets on your Mac.

Well made. Well received.

  1. 4.5
    62 ratingsmacOS
  2. 4.8
    61 ratingsiOS

All ratings according to the App Store, as of January 6, 2024.

Your type case for the 21st century

  1. Screenshot of Codepoint running on macOS, with the “Lotus” emoji selected, emphazising that the app also contains emojis.
  2. Screenshot of Codepoint running on macOS, with its 3D generator window opened, revealing its editor capabilities for regular Unicodes (meaning no SF Symbols).
  3. Screenshot of Codepoint running on macOS, with the “Double-Struck Capital R” entity selected out of an alternative list view.
  4. Screenshot of Codepoint running on macOS, with the SF Symbols collection opened.
  5. Screenshot of Codepoint running on macOS, with its 3D generator window opened that shows an SF Symbol converted into an actual 3D asset.
  6. Screenshot of Codepoints macOS settings panel with an excerpt from the list of the available glyph collections.
  7. Screenshot of Codepoint running on macOS, with an active search term, where on of the results features a typography clue.
  8. Screenshot of Codepoint running on macOS, with the “Dingbats” collection opened, showing a context menu for an heart shaped symbol.
  9. Screenshot of Codepoint running on macOS, with a CJK character selected.