Speak 1337 like a pro with the help of T3XT K1NG for Windows Phone Written by Mark Wilson on December 28, 2013 - 07:06AM
Leet speak -- you know, combining letters and numbers, adopting absurd spellings of words -- can be fun. It may not be a style of writing you want to use all of the time, but it can be funny when used sparingly. If you don’t have the time to learn the lingo for yourself, the Windows Phone app T3XT K1NG is here to help you out.
Whether you're looking to post a 1337 Facebook update, or like the idea of talking Lolcat to your mum via text, T3XT K1NG can do the hard work for you, translating your regular text into one of several leet languages.
In practice the app works much like Google Translate. Just type your regular text into the first field, select the language you would like to use and the translation will be displayed for you and copied to the clipboard ready for pasting into the app of your choice.
The free version of the app can be used to translate into Lolcat, but if you fancy using Faux Cyrillic, Leet Medium, Leet Extreme, Reverse per Word, Flip, or Flip and Reverse, and in-app purchase us all it takes.