BabelMap gives you free access to the whole Unicode character library which comprises of more than 137,000 characters.
In the event that you happen to require something explicit, BabelMap permits you to look for a specific character by name or by code point. You would then be able to duplicate the characters to the clipboard for use in any Unicode-mindful application. It additionally gives numerous helpful highlights and uncommon utilities.
Textual styles Overview Utility: records basic subtleties for all listed TrueType and OpenType textual styles.
Text style Analysis Utility: records all Unicode squares secured by a specific textual style or records all text styles that spread a specific Unicode square.
Textual style Information Utility: gives data about the at present chosen text style.
Text style Glyph Export Utility: send out any or all glyphs from any textual style to document in BMP, GIF, JPG or PNG position (alternatively determine which characters to trade the glyphs for by stacking a glyph trade definition record).
Textual style Coverage Utility: List all text styles that spread a specific character or all the characters in a bit of text or all the characters in the BabelMap alter cushion.
Propelled Character Search Utility: records all characters that meet indicated models.
UCD Data Utility: creates UCD-group information for a given scope of characters for any adaptation of Unicode.
Character History Utility: specifies the UCD properties for a given character for all renditions of Unicode, including mappings to Unicode 1.0.0 and 1.0.1 where fitting.
Han Radical Lookup Utility: records all Han ideographs with a given radical and various strokes (covers each of the 74,617 characters in the CJK, CJK-A, CJK-B, CJK-C and CJK-D squares).
Mandarin Pinyin Lookup Utility: records all Han ideographs with a given Mandarin pinyin elocution.
Cantonese Jyutping Lookup Utility: records all Han ideographs with a given Cantonese Jyutping elocution.
Yi Radical Lookup Utility: records all Yi syllables with a given radical and number of strokes.
Unicode Version History Utility: gives an outline of every rendition of Unicode from 1.0 forward.