There are situations when you want to know the name of an unknown font. You can find it in different ways, but some of the more effective. I am talking about tools created specifically for font identification.
In this article, we review three solutions for fonts identification.
To find out which are the best font, I did the things below:
By combining the above results, I found out the best three font identifiers: WhatFontIs, MyFonts, FontsNinja.
WhatFontIs was created from scratch to be the very best font identifier, being highly easy to use and efficient. With it, you will identify fonts from any image and any website.
MyFonts is a fonts distributor with a large font library. It has a simple-to-use font identifier tool named WhatTheFont.
FontsNinja is a powerful app and browser extension that will help you identify fonts from websites.
Now let’s see how to identify fonts using one of these tools. I selected WhatFontIs for this test.
1. Firstly, I was to take a picture of a font. I uploaded it on whatfontis.com.
2. Then I had to optimize the picture a bit: add contrast and turn down the brightness. Also, you can draw lines between letters if they are too close for better results.
Probably with high-quality pictures you can easily skip this step.
3. After that, I cropped the picture and selected the text that I wanted to identify.
4. I insert the characters that the software identified.
Family, I’ve got the following information:
The process took me just a few minutes, and I found many other cool fonts.
Selecting a font manually can be very difficult and time-consuming. With the services we reviewed earlier, you can speed up this process and find the font you want in just a few clicks.
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