WhatTheFont 4+

Magical font identifier

MyFonts Inc.

Designed for iPad

    • 3.0 • 78 Ratings
    • Free



Identify fonts in a snap! Take a photo of a design you love - WhatTheFont recognizes the fonts and shows font matches. Great for designers, crafters, and anyone who loves typography. Perfect for when you see a great design and want to identify the fonts, or when your client sends you an image but doesn’t know what fonts were used.

- Type out words in the fonts you find – enter your own text to try them out on the spot.
- Get ideas and inspiration for font options for your own projects.
- Learn the names of cool fonts.
- Browse fonts similar to the one in your image.

WhatTheFont is powered by AI, making it fast and easy to use. Brought to you by the friendly people at MyFonts.

What’s New

Version 2.3

Bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

3.0 out of 5
78 Ratings

78 Ratings

Pqxj115 ,

Take results with a pinch of salt!

I love using this app, and it’s fascinating trying it out on different books and sources to see what sort of results it gives.I like being offered the opportunity to buy the font or to share it.

However in cases where I do know the font, it doesn’t seem to give good answers. It doesn’t seem to recognise Microsoft Word fonts at all (though it does know about Trebuchet).

TheNordicAlien ,

Not good for old fonts. Maybe better for new?

Not terribly helpful on older books. It gave me four different answers on four different words from the same book page, from a book from 1991. Also brings up a list of possibilities rather than nailing it down to one. Might be better for new, computer-generated fonts.

townie10 ,

Very useful tool

I think this app is great - used it to reverse engineer a business card design which I liked. Okay so it gives you a list of font choices, rather than identifying just the one, but that allows you to explore other fonts with minor tweaks to serifs or loops.

App Privacy

The developer, MyFonts Inc., has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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