If you are a professional graphic designer, you would have often come across situations where the client has not given you the source or the name of the font, or you are required to edit a piece, but you have no idea what font is used. One option to get over with such issues is to carry a manual search, which may take hours or days. Another more convenient option is to use WhatFontIs.com, the best font identifier in the world.
WhatFontIs.com, founded in 2010, is powered by artificial intelligence and can assist you in finding a font within seconds. The tool with 600k indexed fonts can identify almost any font, including free and commercial ones. Moreover, it is the only system that can identify Google fonts.
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We have put it to the test and worked quite well, even for cursive fonts which usually are tricky for font finders. All you have to do is upload an image (screenshot or paste URL) of the font that you are looking for, click a couple of times and that’s it.
The magical tool will work behind the scenes to give you the desired result in just a few seconds.
For your search, the tool returns you with the name of the font, its source, and license type. This means the result informs you about the place from where you can buy it or give you a download link if the font is free to use.
Along with the font matching your search, the tool also lists fonts that are similar to the one you searched for, including inexpensive alternative as well. It was named as the “Product of the Day” by ProductHunt.
Talking of accuracy, it identifies 90% of the cases automatically. If in case, you are looking for a highly customized or unique font, which is not in WhatFontis’ massive archive, then you can take the help of a dedicated forum knowledgeable in fonts (20,000 cases solved up to date).
To make sure the tool easily accessible, it is available as Chrome extension as well. Means, you just need to right-click on an image to set the tool in action. WhatFontIs.com is a free tool, but it offers a premium service as well that comes with additional features and is perfect for heavy users.
In all, it won’t be wrong to say that it is a must-have tool if you work often involves identifying fonts. Since it is easy to use, quick and reliable, it could help save a lot of your time and energy and boost your productivity.