Just copy and paste it! You can copy and paste the classic heart symbol / heart emoji - ❤ - into your text. Or, choose from our collection of heart symbols, and copy and paste. All our heart symbols are essentially text, so they can be used anywhere you can type text.
The easiest way to type the heart character is to copy and paste it. Browse the symbols on our home page, find one you like, and just copy and paste! Our collection includes multiple heart characters that would make for the perfect Facebook message, tweet, or text message.
You can alternatively type the classic heart on your keyboard by using Alt codes on Windows. The alt code for the classic black heart is 3. Make sure sure num lock is on, hold down the Alt key, and press 3 on your number pad. We'd recommend copying/pasting one of the symbols on our home page though - this gives you access to a much wider selection of hearts and love symbols.
Here's the white heart symbol, also known as the hollow heart symbol: ♡. To use it, just copy & paste.
The following symbols are sometimes referred to as the open heart symbol: ♡ or ღ
Any of our heart symbols would make perfect valentine heart.... well except for the broken heart. Our collection includes not only hearts, but other love symbols that can be used to express your affection.
The heart and love symbols can be used wherever text is accepted. They are, after all, text. That being said, not all systems support all of the heart and love symbols. When a particular system does not support a particular symbol, the symbol usually appears as a box. To ensure these symbols work, its best to make sure your computer, iPhone, Android, etc up to date! Most applications such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, iMessages, WeChat, WhatsApp, Gmail, Word documents, support Unicode. Unicode is the character set that includes the heart and love symbols. If Unicode is not used, these symbols may not work.
ASCII is an old, simple character encoding which only includes 128 characters. None of the heart symbols are included among these 128 characters. In other words, none of the heart symbols have an ASCII code. The heart symbols make use of a newer character set known as Unicode.