How to Use Creepy and Hacked Text on Social Media, Games, and More
The best part about the hacked font that our hacked text generator produces is that you can easily copy and paste it to social media, text messages (both iPhones and Androids), and online games to scare your opponents.
Follow these steps to post hacked text on these various platforms:
- Enter your text in the “Input” field above.
- Choose the “Craziness Level” under the “Output” field.
- Click “Copy” at the top right of the Output box or copy the formatted text manually by right clicking or pressing “CTRL + C” to copy the text to your clipboard.
- Go to your favorite social media channel, messenger, or online game and enter whatever text you want to have that’s not hacked.
- Paste the hacked text where you want it.
If possible, we recommend using a desktop browser to create the hacked text as some hacked letters don’t appear correctly on mobile.
What Is Hacked Text?
Hacked text, also known as Zalgo text or glitch text, is text created from Unicode with “diacritics“. Unicode lets diacritics to be stacked together since some languages require this. However, when applied to regular text and amplified, the result is text that looks glitchy or hacked.
Hacked fonts make your messages, profiles, and usernames more interesting and help them stand out. The hacked text our tool creates is one type of several obscure characters that can be generated above are characters that are created from Unicode characters. They are unique character codes that a computer is able to understand and look fun to human eyes. The best part is that these fonts can be posted to social media to make your posts stand out.
To use the hacked text converter, just enter your text under “Input” and see the result under “Output.” Use the slider to adjust the level of creepiness.
To see what other Unicode text options are available, check out our full fancy text generator.
Where Can You Post Hacked Text?
Hacked text can be posted anywhere you would write or paste normal text. You can post it in social media profile names, comments, or posts. It works great on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram (for your Instagram bio text, profile name, Instagram cations, and more), TikTok, YouTube, WhatsApp, SnapChat, Discord chats, and more. You can even include it in text messages, emails, or other places where you post text.
Hacked text sometimes scares people in the comments section thinking that they’ve been hacked, but it is perfectly safe. So next time you see someone post a comment like this, don’t worry.