Easy to use tool for finding the perfect free Google Fonts for your project. Features a curated selection of the best typefaces that Google offers, as well as precise filters and direct comparison tools. Especially good for finding unique fonts such as ultra-thin or slab style.
Stylized text that works in social media posts, bios, instant messages, browser tabs, and lots more.
Simply type something, click to copy, then paste the results. Amazing!
Type Hero is a website lets you try out all of Google fonts with multiple color combinations.
You could use it pick a font for your startup logo or tag-line and test it with awesome color pallets.
It lets you search for Google fonts, change the canvas color, text color and also font size & weight/style.
Use Find my Font app to take a photo or load a gallery image and identify any free or commercial fonts in seconds!
Ideal for graphic designers, web-designers, sign makers and all font lovers who spend hours to search for a font.
Find my Font Desktop edition (Mac & Windows) will identify also your local fonts.
Preview 800+ Google Fonts on top of your own designs, without having to download the fonts first. You'll play “Hot or Not” to collect fonts you like, and they will be available to download and use.
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.
Tyffle is a tool that lets you try Google Fonts super fast. It was built because the maker found it difficult to choose fonts from such a massive collection. This tool replaces the need to repeat the following steps: load fonts, change the code and then see how they look. You can even preview them later on after bookmarking.