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The Word Count offers you an online tiny text generator which transforms common text letters into tiny letters which you can copy and paste into different social media (Facebook, twitter, Instagram etc.) posts and status updates. It basically permits you to make text smaller. The text seems to be so small because three special Unicode alphabets are used. Due to special Unicode alphabets, it can easily copy and paste it! You wouldn't be capable to do that if it were a tiny font.
The three alphabets generated in this tiny text generator aren't truly "official" alphabets in Unicode, which is why some characters are missing, and some look peculiar. The small caps alphabet is the most "ample" alphabet of small letters available. That’s the reason you probably see small caps on Tumbler, Twitter, Facebook and elsewhere on the internet. The only letter which is somewhat peculiar is the "f" character, which gets converted into "ғ".
Second alphabet is in the form of tiny superscript fonts which are used mostly in math notations and so Unicode thought it would be worthy to have official text symbols for these fonts. Unluckily there is not a superscript letter for "q" and "i", so inexact replacements had to be used. Yet, the Unicode superscript alphabet is possibly the best and smallest letter alphabet accessible, so it's a good way to create your text stand out in your social media posts
Third alphabet is a subscript alphabet, and as you might have observed, it's lacking quite a few letters for which there is no equitable replacement. Perchance at some point in the future Unicode will include the lingering subscript letters in their spec, but until then, creating a full set of Unicode subscript letters is off the table.
You have option that you can use all lowercase letter or you can select uppercase letter along with multiple font sizes option including 15px, 13px, 11px and 9px.
So certainly, if you're looking for a tiny letter generator then expectantly one of these tiny alphabets will work for you. If you end up using this tiny letter generator for one of you Tumbler posts, Twitter posts, or wherever, feel free to throw a link in the comments so others can check it out!