Unicode character search for macOS & Windows.
- 34,306 characters & emojis tagged with words, categories, look-alikes and colors
- Keyboard shortcuts for your keyboard layout
- HTML entity (if available)
- Most frequently used glyphs pinned to the top
- Works offline
- Dark mode & Light mode
- macOS & Windows
Though the code is open source, we ask you to buy a license to actually use Glyphfinder. Your money will helps to put more time into our open source work.
🤑Buy a license here: https://www.glyphfinder.com ($6.99)
💝Sponsor our work: https://github.com/sponsors/ueberdosis
📚️Or subscribe to SetApp (referral link) and get a ton of apps, including Glyphfinder
Contribution is very welcome! Feel free to open an issue for bug reports, add new tags to the spreadsheet or even open a PR.
Suggest new tags
Glyphfinder searches through 34.306 characters, the file containing the full list of characters including all tags is too big for GitHub (more than 200 MB). Google Spreadsheet can handle this huge data set very well. If you want to suggest new tags, feel free to add them here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Xdlg_pR3jSlTunmcmgZI70ZAQu7N4yoJFcL4Ssn6uJI/edit#gid=1187968163
Feel free to clone the project and fiddle around with our code. You need Node and Yarn, and — that’s special for this project – need to generate the list of characters from a Google Spreadsheet.
yarn install yarn generate
Run the development build
To start the development version of the app run the start script. The app will open and you’ll be able to use it right-away. Changes to the code will be hot loaded.
Lint and fix files
If you plan to send a PR with changes, run the lint process to fix code style issues:
Don’t try to build the app, you won’t be able to code sign and/or notarize the app without a developer certificate. We’re running the build process manually and publish new versions on the website: https://www.glyphfinder.com