Warning : You’re Losing Money by Not Using 5 Font Tools

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Luckily, there are several tools that can help you identify fonts, we have rounded up the best of them. Scroll through the list below and be sure to bookmark them so you never have to wonder what font was used in a design or on a website.

1 ). What Font Is – the best font finder tool

Using a catalog of 550K+ fonts and font finder AI, for every image uploaded we show over 60 fonts. Some use the system to find a specific font missing from the sources sent by the client or just because they see a nice font and want to know what font is this.

2 ). Whatfont

What is the easiest way to find out the fonts used in a webpage? Firebug or Webkit Inspector? No, that’s too complicated. It should be just a click away. Hence I wrote WhatFont, with which you can easily get font information about the text you are hovering on. To embrace the new web font era, WhatFont also detects services used for serving the font.

3 ). WhatTheFont

WhatTheFont uses deep learning to search our collection of over 133,000 font styles and find the best match for the fonts in your photo. It even works with connected scripts and when there’s more than one font in an image. Just upload an image, click the font you want to identify, then check out the results.

4 ). Fontface Ninja

Fontface Ninja is a free browser extension that let you inspect, try, buy and bookmark any fonts on any website. Find the name of any fonts by hovering it. You also get size, letter spacing, line height and color of the hovered font.

5 ). Identifont

Identifont works a little differently than the other tools on this list. It helps you identify fonts by asking you a series of questions about the font. It then gives you top three matches and a list of similar fonts.


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