Easy to use tool for finding the perfect free Google Fonts for your project. Features a curated selection of the best typefaces that Google offers, as well as precise filters and direct comparison tools. Especially good for finding unique fonts such as ultra-thin or slab style.

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I'd love any feedback on this tool, and I hope it helps you find the right font! I combed through the hundreds of Google Fonts to find these 70 beautiful and unique fonts. They represent my personal taste and needs, but if you have a favorite font that's missing, please let me know.
@mattthew Love the selection. Super handy for non designers like me!
REALLY like this @mattthew - really nice to see. Obligatory 'it would be great if it had this...' statement, but it would be great if you could see serif fonts next to sans serif as one of the options, as many designers will suggest having a sans serif header and serif text and vice versa...but love the thing!
Thanks for your suggestion. For now, you can tap on a font's name, then it's page on Google Fonts shows suggestions for popular pairings (at the bottom).
This is great @mattthew - love the simple design and the animations, it makes it fun and easy to use. I was a bit confused by some of the toggles, so maybe some sort of information on hover would help.
@anthilemoon Thanks for noticing the animations! Which button/toggle did you find the most confusing?
@mattthew I'm still not sure what the question mark toggle does, and I find the second selection of filters a bit confusing (the one with the different types of "O"). Overall still a way better experience than the default Google Fonts search tool, thanks for building it!
@anthilemoon Thank you. That's helpful.
Love the simplicity. It would be great to have an option of text samples to choose from. If you are starring favourites as the main approach to whittling the list down then suggest making it more prominent/larger.
@escapehatchco Thanks for this suggestion! Samples appear in the top bar after you tap on the text. But it's great to learn that the samples weren't noticeable enough.
Great work @mattthew I always need something like this instead of browsing hundreds of fonts everytime