Textlicious is a tiny extension that lets you enter styled text in places that normally accept only plain text. Make your tweets more expressive, your texts stand out, and your posts on the ‘book the envy of all your friends.
Just highlight any text you’re typing in any app on your iPhone or iPad, click on the “Share” menu item, select the style you want from Textlicious, and paste the newly styled text over your old word.
Available styles include bold, italic, serifed, typewriter, script, double-struck, and more.
• Added “clapping between words” in case you’re not getting enough attention.
• Added “ʇxǝʇ uʍop-ǝpısdn” in case you want to message people on the other side of the equator.
• Added “insane whisper” just in case sounding deranged interests you. We won’t judge.
• Added “moCkInG vOicE” that’s popular on Twitter for faux-mocking, if you can handle that level of meta.
Ratings and Reviews
No more Old English?
You guys took away the Old English style? 🤷🏽♂️ that was the best font style.
Less than perfect but oh-so-right overall
I’ve created several pages in my iPhone’s Notes app, to copy/paste various math symbols etc, and private dictionary entries to make frequent ones ☞easy.☜
Textalicious extends these tricks with nice formatting for my tweets. (Too bad it doesn’t work here in the review!)
Cool idea, and it works pretty well. I wish the fonts would display on an Apple Watch but I realize that's not the dev's fault. Also, the share sheet system isn't the greatest, but again - Apple's fault, not the dev's.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.