Jaslin TotnonCreative Director at Convert2Media

What's the best typeface manager for Mac OS?

I would like a list of some Free ones ( call me frugal lol) and Paid ones. Thanks, in advance.
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    RightFont 3

    Manage your fonts on Mac or Dropbox

    TonMac'aholic · Written
    I would say that RightFont 3 is probably the best paid Font Manager for the Mac. Looks great, has all the features one needs these days and is made for modern Macs. The old faves Suitcase Fusion and FontExplorer X Pro are pricey with a dated UI.
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    Rightfont is very easy to use with fluid UX 👌🏽. I especially like the Preview feature.
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    FontBase 2.0

    Update for the super fast, beautiful and free font manager

    TonMac'aholic · Written
    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.
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    Blaise FergusonJack of some trades · Written
    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.
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  3. Anne S. KatzeffDesigner, Artist, Teacher · Written
    I've been using Suitcase Fusion for years. It's adapted well to the changes in font use, and I've had no need to switch to another tool.
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    Typeface

    Helps you pick the perfect font from your collection

    Jonas Petermannsociologist & market researcher · Written
    really like the design and light-weight of this product + it has a night mode
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    MacOS High Sierra

    Apple's newest MacOS update

    Diego Jimenez3Principal Product Designer @LonelyPlanet · Written
    Apple's Font Book is my favorite one. It's simple, powerful and comes with MacOS for free.
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