This is a simple mini text translator. Simply input normal text and it will output three different types of text. They seem like small fonts or "shrunken text", but really they're just smaller alphanumeric symbols that are in the Unicode specification. They're just like all the other symbols on your keyboard, but they're not actually on your keyboard because they're not used often enough to warrant it.
Being an online mini text converter, I think it's much better than the other solutions out there which require you to download an app, and they may sometimes even charge for it! Hopefully this allows you to easily generate some mini text for whatever purpose you desire, whether that be for your Tumblr post, a nickname or username, a tweet or Facebook post, or maybe an Instagram bio. Whatever the case, I hope it's useful to you.
This text generator is really 3 different text generators in one - a small caps generator, a subscript generator, and a superscript generator. I'll quickly explain each one:
Small Caps Generator: Small caps (small capital letters) are a series of unicode letters that were traditionally made to prevent "ALL CAPS" from being too "loud". Printers would use the small caps symbols when they needed to print a bunch of capital letters together, thus preventing the capitals from ruining their nice typography. Generating mini capitals is just a matter of grabbing the corresponding mini capital letter for each normal character that you input.
Subscript Text Generator: Unicode subscript characters are commonly used in math notation (e.g. Aᵢ) and to denote a the items in an iteration or set (e.g. A₁, A₂, A₃). The unicode standard has many of the alphanumeric characters required to generate mini subscript letters that you can copy and paste, but there's a few characters missing and there's currently nothing we can do about that. If you find other mini text characters to add in for the missing ones, I'd love to hear about them in the comments!
As you now know, the tiny letters generated aren't small ASCII letters, nor are they small fonts - they're mini characters from the Unicode specification. Hope you find this mini text generator useful, an if you have any ideas to improve it, please post them in the comments!