You might have often seen someone with a weird upside-down name or a status with some words upright and some words inverted. This certainly makes the text look cool and might perplex you a bit.
If you are searching for an answer to this problem as thousands other on the web, we are here with a list of solutions. In this article, we will discuss five websites where you can convert the text — either upside down or backwards — as per your requirements.
Following websites will help you write upside-down and backwards.
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Type the text in the first box and your text will appear inverted. A major flaw of this website is that it does not detect capital letters. Even if you write the text in capital letters, the inverted text will be shown in small letters.
You can later copy the inverted text on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram as well as on Whatsapp and other messengers.
Visit typeupsidedown here.
Another cool website to converted straight text to upside-down format. Here also, you will have to enter the text in the first box and the second box below will convert the text, as you can see from the screenshot above.
Unlike typeupsidedown.com, here, you will get a case-sensitive image, meaning the inverted text will contain both the upper and lower text letters.
You can visit mytools.org here.
You can copy the text in various platforms and increase your coolness quotient. You can also flip the text along with inverting it. Cool, right?
Check thumbtube here.
Also, you can generate the HTML code of the inverted text, which you can copy in the text editor of the website — a handy tool in case you need some upside-down or inverted letters in your website.
You can visit upsidedowntext here.
So what are you waiting for? Visit the website here, and get inverted texts to show off.
These are the websites where you can generate an inverted text and make the Facebook status, tweet or an Instagram post cool.
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