Designers are often faced with the task of identifying the font of text in a printed or a digital image. This can be a very time consuming and error prone task especially when the designer's computer contains a few hundreds or thousands of fonts.
'Find my Font' is an easy to use software application that runs on your computer and identifies the fonts of a given bitmap image. It searches both our online font database and the fonts on your computer and compares them against the letters of your digital image. You are provided with a list of matching (and similar) fonts along with the matching accuracy for each one. You may also type text and see how well the matching went (font preview).
It's ideal for graphic designers and creative professionals who would otherwise spend hours trying to find a matching font.
'Find my Font' has been designed to make your life easier. It will help you identify a font in seconds and will do it easily and intuitively. No difficult program to master, no complex parameters, no hidden features. Every functionality is easy to understand and works as expected.
'Find my Font' was developed with the graphic designer in mind who doesn't want to spend hours (or even minutes) looking for a matching font. Also ideal for signmakers, desktop publishers, font developers, vector creation artists etc.
'Find my Font' will identify fonts from two sources at the same time. From a huge online database and from your computer. The online server will report in a few seconds the matching fonts and similar ones. At the same time the program will look on your computer for matching fonts. The fonts can either be installed on your computer or they can be stored in one or more folders on your computer or network.
You can setup FontSets to instruct 'Find my Font' to look at specific places on your computer. FontSets may be indexed in order to speed up the matching process.
* Online font matching requires an internet connection.
'Find my Font' can read all major font formats for both Mac and Windows Operating systems.
These include TrueType, OpenType, Type 1 postscript both as stand alone and in suitcases.
The latest version of 'Find my Font' achieves incredible matching speeds. Thanks to our new proprietary indexing algorithm the application is able to search of up to 5 million fonts per minute.
At these speeds font matching is almost instantaneous.
Type any word and browse all fonts whose names contain that word.
Select any font and browse all fonts that look similar and go through their previews.
Very useful for finding duplicate fonts and for designers who like to think outside the box.
'Find my Font' allows you to select any letter in your scanned image no matter how complex the text is.
Special functionality assists you in selecting multipart letters as well as letters that blend in the background.
For those images that have skewed text, text in an arc or even deformed text, a special set of easy to use tools is available to help you correct the image and select the letters to match easily.
If your scanned image contains script text with connected letters, 'Find my Font' includes a special tool that allows you to break the text and select the letters you need for matching.
'Find my Font' can search for any Unicode character in your fonts. The image can contain letters in one or more languages.
Once you find the matching font you can install it on your computer with a click of a button and start using it immediately.
If the font is identified online, you are taken to a special page with details about the font and instructions on how to download it.
'Find my Font' also allows you to preview any text for any matched font even if it's not installed or located on your computer.
'Find my Font' comes with easy to use documentation including Help, How-To Guides and Tutorials.
In addition users may access the online community forum to find answers to common questions or request additional assistance.
ver 3.2 Released
New: Online Font type selection, Program deactivation.
Our Sept. Winners
Congratulations to our Sept. drawing winners: Marvin and Polo.
Now Find my Font identifies twice as many fonts in half the time !