Upside Down Text, just as the name suggests, is the flipped version of the text in an upside-down style. Different online tools are able to achieve this with the help of Unicode characters. While we don’t claim that such 180° flipped text serves any actual purpose in daily usage, you can use it to amuse people. Our tool also lets you reverse the text from left-to-right to right-to-left order. Here is an example to show you what kind of result you can expect from this tool:
Normal Text: This is a normal text. Can you read it?
Upside Down Text: ꓕɥᴉs ʇǝxʇ ᴉs ⅎʅᴉddǝp. Ͻɐu ʎon ɹǝɐp ᴉʇ¿
Upside-Down Text with Reverse Text Enabled: ¿ʇᴉ pɐǝɹ noʎ uɐϽ .pǝsɹǝʌǝɹ puɐ pǝddᴉʅⅎ sᴉ ʇxǝʇ sᴉɥꓕ
While you can easily convert text into uppercase, lowercase, strikethrough, etc., using tools like Google Docs or MS Word, getting fancy styling is something where these tools fail. The same goes for reversing the text to right-to-left order. To help you with text flipping, we’ve created Upside Down Text Generator -- a completely free and easy to use the tool.
As our text flipping tool is completely free, we don’t ask you to make an account or sign up. You just need to open this web page and follow simple steps:
As mentioned earlier, this text generator is created as a fun tool. You can use it on social media websites like Facebook and Twitter, use it to create catchy Instagram bios, or paste it anywhere else on the web. If you’re a fan of the sci-fi series Stranger Things, you’d surely find our upside down text flipper interesting.
For more fancy texts, you can use our own free font generator tool.
Since our tool generates 180° flipped text and reverse text using Unicode characters, this is supported by every kind of web browsers, websites, smartphones, and computers.
There are a lot of other online tools that do the job of mirroring text for you but they only do so in lowercase letters. Our tool is able to easily differentiate between the cases and give you upside down upper case or lower case as per your need.
Input Text: Uppercase aNd Lowercase
Other Tools: nddǝɹɔɐsǝ ɐup loʍǝɹɔɐsǝ
Our Tool: Ոddǝɹɔɐsǝ ɐNp ⅂oʍǝɹɔɐsǝ
There is no option to directly type in an upside-down format in online text editors like Google Docs or MS Word. However, as a workaround, you can insert flipped text using this: Insert > Drawing > Text Box option.
After typing text in Text Box, you can use the resize arrows to mirror the text and insert it in Google Docs as a drawing. To reverse text, you can use a similar technique.
The term Ambigram was introduced by an American scholar named Douglas Hofstadter. It’s a calligraphic design that has multiple interpretations.
Most commonly, when an Ambigram word is rotated 180°, it remains the same word. So, Ambigram and upside down text are surely related in some manner.
For example: NOON, SWIMS
In 2018, when pop star Ariana Grande released her single ‘No Tears Left To Cry,’ she posted multiple tweets with upside-down text and cover art. Many fans asked her on Twitter how she’s able to type flipped text. Well, with our Upside Dow font creator, you can do so with ease.