RightFont 4

Brand new font manger for macOS

Sparking font manager to preview, sync, install and organize fonts, with flawless integration into any design software including Photoshop, Illustrator and Sketch. RightFont helps finding the right font for your next design project.

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10 Reviews0.6/5

Rightfont 3 costs $49, i bought it at a sale for $39,95 last year. Today i got Rightfont 4 by an auto-update and now it asks for another $25 ($20 current rebate) to re-activate it. This sounds like a rip-off. Especially when you see the changelog for this "major" release: https://rightfontapp.com/update/...

illustrator? seriously?

Pros:

Good Font-Manager

Cons:

Pricing and WTF Update-Model

FYI: if you had the same problem as me and want to go back to v3, use this link: https://rightfontapp.com/downloa... — auto-updater will still bother you to update to the paid 4.0 release
Absolutely agree with you! The updates just don't justify a completely new version in my opinion. I'm ready to pay $50 for such programs because I want to support the developers but I feel cheated when I have to pay that amount with no real added value in comparison to V3. And don't get me wrong, I love V3 as it's one of the most essential tools for me as a brand designer and I couldn't live without it, but if you have to pay for every little update that adds almost no value to the app I just feel cheated on.

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Pros:

One of the best Font managers out there

Cons:

The pricing… C‘mon… why I should pay two or three times for the same software. I‘ve two macs but I don’t understand why I need two serials

I can just confirm what the others are saying. It is a super elegant and fast font manager for mac but they need to other think their price model. For what reason I need to pay again 20$ for an upgrade when I purchased the app 2 years ago for 40$. Okay you could argue that version 3 still is working but common the "major" 4.0 release has no major features. I would call them small tweaks.

Pros:

Best Font Manager till date

Cons:

Pricing Model

So after 2 years of heavy use I have finally switched to Typeface. It is impressive how bad Rightfont 4 was developed. How can you suddenly do so many things wrong. It crashes randomly, stability in general is a mess and activating font with a large collection just needs so much time. And I am even not talking about the pricing model. I am very disappointed of the developers.
version 4 is really buggy. I see absolutely no difference between version 3 and four. This was not a 4.0 upgrade but a 3.whatever update. Version 4 doesnt work in sketch, doesnt work in photoshop.