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September 13th, 2017

Google Fonts

Brand new redesign to Google Fonts ✨

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.
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FontBase 2.0

Update for the super fast, beautiful and free font manager

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!

Ton- Mac'aholic
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.
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700 Google fonts in your Photoshop

Johan Cutych- Madebysource
700 Google fonts right inside your Photoshop. And it's free. 🍂 Preview, search and apply fonts with a single click. There is no need to visit a website. Just click and watch the magic happen. :) No more hunting and hoping that some random font from the web will fit your design.  See more
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Font Awesome

A font of scalable vector icons

Dave Gandy- I make Font Awesome & Fonticons.
I make Font Awesome. Happy to answer any questions folks have. :) @ricburton - I used to take icon requests. But the process always took more time than making them myself. On the upside of making them myself, it allows me to keep a cohesive look and feel.
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FontReach surfaces data about font usage on the web.

Jesse Chase- Creative Director
Co-creator here. I wanted to explain a bit more about FontReach. FR crawls the top million websites, and surfaces data about font usage across the web. It allows us to answer questions like, 'How many sites use Proxima Nova?' or 'Which fonts are used on". We now have data around the world of web fonts.
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Font Face Ninja

Browser extension to quickly find the webfonts a site uses

Nils Be- ID UX/UI Designer
Because we all want to know which font that awesome site uses ;)
Luca Demian- 16 Year Old Founder @ collabster
As a web designer, this is an extremely useful extension to find what a font is called that I like on a website.
Axel Corjon- CEO and CD at Fold & fontface Ninja
New version, we now fetch prices on different foundries/distributors (and provide a link to buy it). Also, if it's a free font, we'll provide a direct link to download it :
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