This FAQ covers common support and usage questions related to Find my Font. Questions of a more technical nature are covered by the community forum. If you have questions about your purchase, registration or customer account, please read the Customer FAQ
What is Find my Font ?
Find my Font is a software application that runs on your computer or mobile device and finds the fonts of a given bitmap image. It will identify fonts within a few seconds and give you a list of fonts that resemble your input. Not only will you find the font that matches the image but you will also find fonts that are similar or close to what you're looking for.
Find my Font's uparalleled speed and professional grade features have made it the industry standard for fast local and internet font matching.
Click below for a short introduction video showing simple font matching with Find my Font.
What types of fonts does Find my Font recognize locally ?
Find my Font supports the most common font formats:
- TrueType (.ttf)
- OpenType (.otf)
- Type 1 (.pfb)
The above font formats are supported on both Windows and Mac OS X operating systems.
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Is Find my Font compatible with Windows Vista™ and Windows™ 7, 8, 10 ?
Find my Font has been tested and is compatible with Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, 8 and Windows 10. More details
Is Find my Font compatible with Macintosh® ?
Since version 2.00 Find my Font has been tested and is compatible with all Mac OS X versions from Leopard(10.5) up to El Capitan(10.11). More details
Which devices are supported by Find my Font mobile edition ?
Find my Font mobile edition is available for smartphones and tablets running the iOS or Android operating system. More details
What image types can I open with Find my Font ?
Find my Font supports the following image types:
|GIF||Graphic Interchange Format|
|JPG||Joint Photographic Experts Group|
|JPEG||Joint Photographic Experts Group|
|PNG||Portable Network Graphics|
|TIFF||Tagged Image File Format|
In addition to the above, Find my Font can capture the screen, allowing you to import virtually any image that is displayed on your computer monitor.
The mobile edition also lets you use the device's camera to capture the image.