List of LaTeX Arrow Symbols
LaTeX, a powerful typesetting system, offer a vast array of arrow symbols. These symbols are commonly used to represent the direction, mapping, and relationship in various mathematical expressions.
Few of the commonly used arrow symbols in LaTeX are as folllowing:
 Up Arrow
\uparrow
and Down Arrow\downarrow
 Left Arrow
\leftarrow
and Right Arrow\rightarrow
 Bidirectional Arrow
\leftrightarrow
and Double Arrow\Leftrightarrow
LaTex offers a huge number of different arrow symbols. Advanced arrow symbols and functionalities can be achieved through various LaTeX packages such as amssymb, extrarrows, extpfeil etc..
In this article, we will explore comprehensive list of LaTeX arrow symbols, their correspondng LaTeX commands used to write symbol.
Default LaTeX Arrow Symbols
The below list shows the arrow symbols which are available as default and can be used without loading any usepackage.
Description  LaTeX Command  Symbol 

Up Arrow  \uparrow  ↑ 
Down arrow  \downarrow  ↓ 
Left arrow  \leftarrow  ← 
Right arrow  \rightarrow  → 
Left and right arrow  \leftrightarrow  ↔ 
Double left arrow  \Leftarrow  ⇐ 
Double right arrow  \Rightarrow  ⇒ 
Double down arrow  \Downarrow  ⇓ 
Double up arrow  \Uparrow  ⇑ 
Double up and down arrow  \Updownarrow  ⇕ 
Northeast arrow  \nearrow  ⇗ 
Southeast arrow  \searrow  ⇘ 
Southwest arrow  \swarrow  ⇙ 
Northwest arrow  \nwarrow  ⇖ 
Up and down arrow  \updownarrow  ↕ 
Left harpoon up arrow  \leftharpoonup  ↼ 
Right harpoon up arrow  \rightharpoonup  ⇀ 
Left harpoon down arrow  \leftharpoondown  ↽ 
Right harpoon down arrow  \rightharpoondown  ⇁ 
Mapsto  \mapsto  ↦ 
Hooked left arrow  \hookleftarrow  ↩ 
Hooked right arrow  \hookrightarrow  ↪ 
Left and right harpoons  \rightleftharpoons  ⇌ 
Left and right double arrow  \Leftrightarrow  ⇔ 
Long left arrow  \longleftarrow  ⟵ 
Long right arrow  \longrightarrow  ⟶ 
Long left double arrow  \Longleftarrow  ⟸ 
Long right double arrow  \Longrightarrow  ⟹ 
Arrow Symbols provided by amssymb
amssymb package is an extension package that provides various maths symbols such as arrows, operators, geometry, special symbols etc…
It facilitate writing math formulas and improve the information structure.
Arrow Symbols which are provided by usepackage amssymb in LaTeX is given below.
Description  LaTeX Command  Symbol 

Leftwards double arrow  \leftleftarrows  ⇇ 
Rightwards double arrow  \rightrightarrows  ⇉ 
Upwards double arrow  \upuparrows  ⇈ 
Downwards double arrow  \downdownarrows  ⇊ 
Rightwards arrow over leftwards arrow  \rightleftarrows  ⇄ 
Leftwards arrow over rightwards arrow  \leftrightarrows  ⇆ 
Lsh symbol  \Lsh  ↰ 
Rsh symbol  \Rsh  ↱ 
Twoheaded left arrow  \twoheadleftarrow  ↞ 
Twoheaded right arrow  \twoheadrightarrow  ↠ 
Left arrow with loop  \Lleftarrow  ⇚ 
Right arrow with loop  \Rrightarrow  ⇛ 
Left loop arrow  \looparrowleft  ↫ 
Right loop arrow  \looparrowright  ↬ 
Anticlockwise open circle arrow  \circlearrowleft  ↺ 
Clockwise open circle arrow  \circlearrowright  ↻ 
Rightwards wavy arrow  \rightsquigarrow  ⇝ 
Leftwards and rightwards wavy arrow  \leftrightsquigarrow  ↭ 
Leftwards arrow with tail  \leftarrowtail  ↢ 
Rightwards arrow with tail  \rightarrowtail  ↣ 
Leftwards curved arrow  \curvearrowleft  ↶ 
Rightwards curved arrow  \curvearrowright  ↷ 
Upwards harpoon with barb  \upharpoonleft  ↿ 
Upwards harpoon with barb  \upharpoonright  ↾ 
Downwards harpoon with barb  \downharpoonleft  ⇃ 
Downwards harpoon with barb  \downharpoonright  ⇂ 
Not leftwards arrow  \nleftarrow  ↚ 
Not rightwards arrow  \nrightarrow  ↛ 
Not leftwards double arrow  \nLeftarrow  ⇍ 
Not rightwards double arrow  \nRightarrow  ⇏ 
Not leftwards and rightwards double arrow  \nleftrightarrow  ↮ 
Not leftwards and rightwards double arrow  \nLeftrightarrow  ⇎ 
Commonly Used Arrow Symbols
Some of the frequently used arrow symbols in LaTeX as follows:

Up Arrow (↑)and Down Arrow (↓)
 LaTeX commands: \uparrow and \downarrow
 Description: It represents the upward and downward directions respectively.

Left Arrow (←) and Right Arrow (→)
 LaTeX commands: \leftarrow and \rightarrow
 Description: It represents the leftward and rightward directions respectively.

Bidirectional Arrow (↔) and Double Arrow (⇔)
 LaTeX commands: \leftrightarrow and \Leftrightarrow
 Description: It represents the bidirectional relationships, such as logical equivalence.

Long Arrow (⟵) and Long Right Arrow (⟶)
 LaTeX commands: \longleftarrow and \longrightarrow
 Description: It represents the longer versions of the left and right arrows respectively.
Application Examples
Arrow symbols in LaTeX can be applied and use in the various scenarios as folllows:
 Mathematical Expressions: Represents directions, vectors, and relationships in mathematical equation.
 Flowcharts and Diagrams: Creat flowcharts, diagram with arrows to indicate the sequence of steps and state changes.
Advanced Arrow Symbol and Pacakges
LaTeX offers advanced arrow symbols and functionalities through various packages such as amssymb, extrarrows, MnSymbol and extpfeil etc..
Conclusion
LaTeX arrow symbols provides efficient way to improve documentation, create visually appealling and informative documents.