How many times you’ve looking for the font of a logo or a picture ? Personally for me many times, especially if you want to design a text based logo. But here is a solution to recognize font from images.
3 Tools to Identify Fonts Used in a Picture Online
# Identifont (link) – Identify Font inside Pictures
This online service allows you to identify a particular source in two ways: either searching by name (if you have any clue about it), or identified by its appearance. Identifont In the latter case you’ll make a series of questions about the letters to be ruling out possibilities and come up with the name of the font you want.
# WhatTheFont (link) – Recognize Fonts from Image
WhatTheFont is a web service that allows to recognize the font used in an image. The site supports the most of the common image formats. Just upload the picture from your hard drive, or indicate if it is an image URL online. it will then ask you to help identify the letters mentioned, and then show you a list of possible answers.
# WhatFontis (link) – Recognize Fonts from Screenshots
What Font is very similar to the previous service WhatTheFont! It allows you to identify sources using screenshots of the text itself, either by uploading from your hard drive, or giving the URL where the text you want to identify.
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