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    Google Fonts

    Brand new redesign to Google Fonts ✨

    Google Fonts has a lot of great fonts and showcases them in a beautiful layout!
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    Mike Coutermarsh
    Mike CoutermarshEngineer @ PlanetScale · Written
    +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.
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    +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.
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    SkyFonts

    Sync desktop fonts to your computer

    Kesava Mandiga
    Kesava MandigaWriter. Learner. Marketer. · Written
    Skyfonts is a great tool to manage and update the fonts that I use on PC. It supports Google Fonts and more.
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    FontBase 2.0

    Update for the super fast, beautiful and free font manager

    Fontbase is a free font manager for Mac, Windows, and Linux. It's simple and fast to use with the ability to activate fonts with a single click, organize them into collections, and they'll be adding Google Fonts discoverability in the future.
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    RightFont for Mac

    Helping designers find the right font quickly

    Justin Mitchell
    Justin MitchellBuilding products @SoFriendly · Written
    RightFont is amazing. Automatically activates fonts when you open a Photoshop or Sketch file and supports shared and synced font libraries. FYI there's a 15% discount on RightFont here: https://www.getsyrup.com/deal/ri...
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    Complete with all the useful features I need.
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