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Saw a cool font type but can’t find out what font it is? Wandering what font type does apple or iPhone use? Try IndentiFont – this tool asks you a number of simple questions about a font that you want to identify and then tells you which one it is. It lets you identify fonts by appearance, name and similarity. You can also get information about font publishers and their work.

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Features:

  • Identify fonts by appearance, name and similarity.
  • Search for royalty-free pictures and symbols.
  • Browse latest added fonts and top 10 fonts.
  • Get information about font publishers and their work.
  • Contains information about fonts from 517 publishers and 145 vendors.
  • Submit your fonts to be added to IdentiFont directory.

Check out IdentiFont @ www.identifont.com

  1. Russell A. Simmons
    July 25, 2008 at 4:50 pm

    Another great website to identify fonts automatically is whatthefont.com

  2. Jen
    July 22, 2008 at 10:37 pm

    Looks great to find the font history. Once you got the name of your font then you may try finding it. Try this free font download resource tools.khrido.com/webtools/fonts-collection.aspx with easy download.

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