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Here are 100+ unicode symbols that you can use

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Ever needed to add an icon to your design, but you didn’t want to include images or an entire icon font like Font Awesome into your page? We’ve got good news for you – there is a vast library of available icons and glyphs already in your browser. It is called Unicode, and it is a standard which assigns a unique identifier for an ever expanding number (currently over 110 000) of characters, symbols and icons.

This doesn’t mean that you have a choice of a hundred thousand icons, though. It is up to the browser to render them, and it uses the fonts which are installed on the system to do so. In this article, we’ve collected a number of symbols that are available across Windows, Linux, OS X, Android and iOS. You can use them in your web designs today!

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