TextPro is what is known as a "Unicode Text Converter". A Unicode Text Converter is a program used to preserve typographical emphasis of text, such as bold, italic, underline, and more. If you open up a program such as Microsoft Word, you can make your text have emphasis from the toolbar. However, when this text is copied out of Word into another program, its typographical emphasis is not preserved. This is where TextPro comes in handy. TextPro uses the Unicode standard to create special characters that can easily be transferred between programs while still preserving its emphasis. TextPro can even be used to add emphasis to programs that don't have their own emphasis settings, like text messages and social media posts.
How does TextPro work?
TextPro works because of a thing called "Unicode". Each character has its own character identification number in binary. This number can differ between encoding standards but in UTF-8, a "A" (captial A), for example is "01000001". That's why when the text is tranfered out of Word into another program, its typographical emphasis is lost. But Unicode has since intoduced characters designated to emphasis. So while a captial "A" is "01000001", a "𝐀" (bold captial A) is "11110000 10011101 10010000 10000000". It's... longer, obviously but it gets the job done. That binary string refers to a "𝐀" (bold captial A). It is its own character. And since it is its own character, it can much more easly be transfered between platforms.
How do I use TextPro?
You can use TextPro for free by going to "TheTextPro.com". Simply enter the text that you would like to convert into the "Input" field, select what you would like to convert it to, and click "Submit". Then, you text appears in the "Output" field, ready for you to select, copy, and paste.