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What Font Is alternatives and competitors

Using a catalogue of 550k+ fonts (commercial or free) and font finder AI, for every image uploaded we show over 60 similar fonts ( free or commercial). www.whatfontis.com. Our font identifier will help you to find the right font.

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  • WhatTheFont uses Artificial intelligence to identify fonts in a design. Great for designers, crafters and anyone who loves typography. Perfect for when you see a great design and want to identify the fonts, or when your client sends you an image but doesn't know what fonts were used.

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    Will be so glad if there is a bookmark button for fonts.

  • fontdatabase.app is a website aimed to help you choose fonts faster. No more half hours gone clicking on font after font until you find the right one!

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    If it were possible to manually select the background color from a few options, it would be great!

  • 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.

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    Full review (along with tests) in the comments

  • RightFont 2

    Next-gen font manager
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  • Click the extension icon and find together a list of all the fonts used on a web page.
    Also, preview your typed-in text in the same font styles as the ones identified on a web page, quite handy especially for web designers and developers.
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  • Upload an image and find the closest font match
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    Shazam for fonts. That's the high level pitch of this site.

  • Font of Web v1

    Font of Web is a tool for designers, developers and the just plain curious, it allows you identify and possibly download all the fonts used on a website.
    There isn't anything like this online; other font tools require you to download a browser extension.
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