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

2.6 out of 5
355 Ratings

355 Ratings

D. Hill ,

What The Font

What The Font is an intriguing concept for those who are interested or have a passion for font design but the overall execution seems to be lacking for me. While the app is simple in design and easy to use I feel it needs to be much more from an educational viewpoint. I would like it if the app had a database of the most common or popular fonts and how/where they are most likely to be used. Rather than just relying on the app as a snap and analyze tool it could be used as a reference guide as well.

Rob Rogers ,

Not particularly helpful

The fonts identified often look quite close to your source image, but it overlooks commonly available font matches in favor of ones you’d have to buy from a developer.

Case in point: I couldn’t remember which font I’d used for a particular project from several years ago, but knew it was on my system. The app gave me a dozen close matches I’d never heard of and didn’t have. I finally tracked down an old electronic file, which showed me I’d used Haettenschweiler. It’s available on most Windows machines, but was nowhere on the list the app gave me.

It earns a second star for a clean interface, as well as for actually finding some close matches, but no higher because I suspect the developers are purposely skipping over commonly available fonts due to some kind of licensing agreement with font merchants.

ThatKidHaileu ,


When I first got this app, I thought the 1k+ of five star reviews were fake. NOPE. When you open the app, you can chose to get a tutorial or just wing it. The starter pack animations are GREAT, despite the fact that they may be considered “un-original.” You can buy more animation packs (with real money), but they are very cheap! They get down to $0.99, and the average is only $2.99-$3.99. Not bad! There are also plenty of FREE packs. I definitely recommend.

(My one issue is whenever I try and get a free animation pack, it says “Store Notice: Store unavailable - user is not authorized to make payments.” I can’t figure out how to get a free pack!)

App Privacy

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