Last month we launched paid plans for Number Tools and today we're launching paid plans for our next most popular tool category – Unicode Tools. Unicode tools are used by 40,000 people every month and they let you find Unicode code points, convert Unicode to UTF-8, UTF-16, and UTF-32 encodings, extract graphemes, and much more.
Next, we're adding paid plans to all other online tools categories that we built and joining them into a single ultimate get things done website called OnlineTools.com, making it the top 100 website on the Internet.
From technical standpoint, we used HTML templates, Google SEO, and a $5 Linode instance to launch the paid plans. Checkmate, front-end developers and devops engineers.
You can still use all tools for free for a limited time but if you really like them, then you can get a subscription to support my team's work. See the pricing page for more information.
See you next time!