Some use the system to find a specific font missing from the sources sent by the client or just because they see a nice font and want to know what font is this.
We believe you should be able to use the font identifier to search a font regardless of the publisher, producer or foundry.
Enjoy our font detector and good luck finding what the font you are looking for!
Upload a clean image of the text containing the font you need to identify. The system uses advanced AI to find the font in 90% of the cases. The rest of 10% ‘misses’ are usually caused by low quality images (low resolution, text distorted, etc).
See here some examples of what a ‘good’ image looks like.
We’ll try to automatically separate the letters. For cursive fonts you will have to separate each letter with our advanced image editor.
We’ll show over 60 fonts very similar to the one in the image you have uploaded and with links to pages from where you can download or buy them. Please respect the work of the font makers and use the font according to the license (free or commercial) .
30,000 fonts are banned in Russia, including the highly popular Arial, Helvetica, and Times New Roman. You can guess why, this happened because of the Russian war in Ukraine. Monotype Imaging, one of the most popular and important company from USA that owns many of the most popular fonts in the world like Arial, Helvetica, and Times New
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|Font Finder Services||Free Fonts||Search by Price||Fonts from multiple vendors||Image Editor to split letters||Image Editor to adjust the brightness||Number of fonts|
|WhatTheFont by Myfonts||No||No||No||-||No||Around 130,000|
|Matcherator by FontSpring||No||No||No||No||No||Around 75,000|
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Thousands of designers (famous or not) use the image font detection system to find a font or similar free fonts from an image. Although we have the largest database of fonts, the search for a font from an image gets mixed results like the image above.