IDN converter (Punycode)

Enter domain name.

Our Punycode converter tool is converting IDN domains from Unicode to Punycode and vice versa. Enter domain name you wish to convert and click Convert IDN.

If you encounter any issues when using this tool, please contact us.

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Example1: aprè =>
Example2: => aprè

With this tool we give you the opportunity of surfing the Internet using the local language in its correct form – using Internationalized Domain Names (IDN).

For example, aprè instead of, making direct access to the domains clearer.

Registering a domain with special characters does not imply any changes to the way the registration is carried out. It is totally transparent for the user. However, in technical terms, it is necessary to carry out a slightly different configuration: configuration of these domains must be carried out in punycode form.

Punycode is the universal way of representing domains in ASCII format, whatever their original format.

In order to correctly configure the aprè domain in the name servers, the format must be used.

Please note that not all domain name registries allow IDN names, and also not all extra characters are available, like for instance: (`) grave accent, (´) acute accent, (^) circumflex accent and (~) tilde. However you can try the most common characters, like à; ą; á; â; ã; ç; ć; é; ê; ę; í; ł; ń; ó; ô; õ; ś; ú; ź; ż

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