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.
Mike Coutermarsh- Code @ GitHub
+1 on Google Fonts. Always my go to when picking a font for web. Although lately, using plain "system fonts" is more "in", since it improves load speed.
Frederik Waller- Product @ N26
Google Fonts has a lot of great fonts and showcases them in a beautiful layout!
Vinh Pham- 🤤
+1 for Google Fonts. Dead simple to use. Select your fonts, grab your embed code and place it in your html and you're good to go.
FontBase is a lightning fast, beautiful and free font manager for designers. FontBase gives you all the stability, speed and reliability of a paid font manager, but free and on all platforms!
FontBase 2.0 is a decent free Font Manager if you want a reasonably good looking app with some extra Coming soon™ functionality on its way, but I would say that Apple's own Font Book is way better. It's more functional than FontBase, but hasn't got the flashy modern looks that the other apps have.
Emily Ferguson- Jack of some trades
Font Base is a good free font manager with a lot of potential, and might be worth revisiting in the future when more features are added.