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Brand new redesign to Google Fonts ✨
Google Fonts is an intuitive and robust directory of open source designer web fonts, allowing anyone to share and integrate typography into any project seamlessly—no matter where they are in the world.
More than 30,000 fonts to choose for your next design
FontGala is a curated gallery of beautiful fonts for creative designers.
Browser extension to quickly find the webfonts a site uses
Generate a wordmark logo with Google Fonts
Every time I want to make a logo for my project, I love using Google Fonts, and select a font, download the font, open Sketch.app, create a text field using that font, type my project's name, and finally export it to png.
So today I build Picas, which helps you generate these kind of logo.
Instantly swap the fonts on any page to a Google Font.
Copy and paste styled text in seconds ✨
Fancy Text is a minimalist tool for the text with cool effects and special decoration. It has now supported 170+ text effect, using the text can make your nickname and text special.
A bot to make your tweets stand out. From Beautiful Dingbats
Use botiful dingbots to convert your tweets into fancy fonts. Just use #beautifuldingbats in your tweet and you'll be sent a transformed reply.
Make calendars the same way—use the hashtag and write something like "5th of may" or "last friday."
Tweet Markdown, instant or scheduled
You write markdown and Tweetr automatically converts it to a tweetable format for you. Bold, italic, images or complex thread structure? No problem for Tweetr. It is free, so give it a go!
p.S. Tweetr support Emojis 💪😍