How to Change Twitter and Instagram Fonts in 3 steps!

Twitter and Instagram Font Generator tools

Are you tempted to change your Twitter and Instagram fonts because monotonous is not your thing?

Well, you would be wondering if there are any setting changes that you need to make in either of the apps to change the fonts. The truth is that none of these apps have any setting that can enable you to change fonts permanently.

Or, you might think that you can simply go to your Word doc and type a text in your favorite font and copy paste it, it will work. Well, go ahead and try, but it won’t work.

So, what would work? Let’s quickly read through these step-by-step instructions on changing fonts.

How to Change Twitter Font in Tweets, Bio, and Twitter handle:

Changing Twitter font is far simple than you can think. The only point is that you cannot get your text in just any font you like. There are a few fonts available out of which you can choose the one you like.

Here’s what to do:

Step 1:  Go to any of the Twitter font generator sites like: Messletters, Lingojam and type the text you want in a different font. The site will give you different font options of the text you have added.

Twitter and Instagram Font Generator tools

Step 2: Copy the font you like and paste it in your tweet, bio, or username. Hit send.

Twitter and Instagram Font Generator tools

Step 3: You will see your new tweet or Twitter bio/username in the new font now.

Twitter and Instagram Font Generator tools

If you wish to add more stripes, commas, and dots, you can do that too. Just select the characters you want to add and they will be added.

How to Change Instagram Font in Captions, Bio, and Username:

Changing fonts in Instagram works quite similar to changing fonts on Twitter. Here’s a demo of the process:

Step 1:  Go to any of the Instagram font generator sites like: Fonts for Instagram and type the text you want in a different font. The site will give you different font options of the text you have added.

Step 2: Copy the font you like and paste it in your Instagram post, bio, or username. Hit send.

Step 3: You will see your new Instagram post or Instagram bio/username in the new font now.

I have tried on a phone to demonstrate because mostly you will be on your mobile while creating an Instagram post. If you use your PC to upload photos on Instagram, the process will remain the same.

Apps to Change Twitter and Instagram Fonts:

There are many font generator apps on Play Store and App store that you can use to change Twitter and Instagram fonts. Just download any of these apps and follow the same process as above.

Cool Fancy Text Generator (Android)

Cool fancy text generator is an amazing app to get unique typographies for your Twitter and Instagram. You can easily download  this app on Play Store and begin using it right away.

Cool Fonts (iOS)

A new yet effective app on the App Store, Cool Fonts is useful app to generate fonts for all social media platforms. This app has in-app purchases so you can upgrade to premium fonts if you prefer them over their free options.

Final Words:

Changing Twitter and Instagram fonts is like the easiest task ever. If you can use theses apps, you can easily change their font styles using any of the methods above.

If you have any questions regarding changing your font style, please share in the comments below.

You might also be interested in some of my useful Twitter and Instagram articles:

6 Instagram Caption Generator Apps

11 Instagram Follower and Unfollower Tracking Apps

2 Steps to Restore your Suspended Twitter Account

5 Tools to Mass Delete Tweets

Harshita Agrawal

I started as a Freelancer with small projects only to learn that I was capable of so much more. I underestimated myself for long till my clients enjoyed my work as much as I did. Now, I want to share some of the proven tips & tricks of the online marketing world that helped me grow. I hope they help you too.

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2 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    Something is wrong in my twitter account after changing its font. What happened? Pls help.

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