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What Is the Best Fonts App on the Market in 2016?

We take a look at some of the best typography apps that will bring your work to life, ensuring it gets seen by more eyes than ever before. From apps that add captions to photographs, to apps that turn a simple line of text into a breathtaking work of art, we’ve got them all covered.

They say there is an app these days for everything – and they’re right. When there are apps exclusively for typography, you know you’re onto a winner! Font is super important when it comes to branding. If you’re still using dull Arial or the overly familiar Calibri for all your websites, images and documents, it could be the number 1 reason you aren’t getting conversions and seeing results.

It’s time to let your imagination wild by downloading a cool fonts app that will take your brand to the next level, helping you freshen up your images with trendy, on-point typography. Getting noticed by more people is now just a few clicks away as we take a look at the best 10 typography apps on the market! Also, there is a great manuscript sample, available online, so don’t forget to check it!

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1. PicLab

fonts appAdding typography to your photographs has never been as easy as it is when you use PicLab.

This totally free app offers you a wide choice of fonts, and gives you total control over positioning, colour, rotation, opacity and size.

PicLab also lets you experiment with ornamentation, layer your illustrations, or include other design elements that will make your image so bold that people will struggle not to notice it.  PicLab is available with iOS and Android devices and costs nothing to download and use.

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2. Typography

Typography AppTiff is a really cool fonts app that has a really unique and really handy selling point: It lets you compare how letters look in various typefaces. For example, you can easily and quickly compare and contrast how the letter “R” looks in Calibri with how it looks in Helvetica. This allows you to make a better choice really quickly.  The guys who created this app say that it is “a typeface diff tool that visually contrasts the differences between two fonts.”

It’s really easy to use and get to grips with, and is ideal for anyone who needs to implement a font but can’t decide on the right one.

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3. Font Studio

best typography appsFont Studio is a really popular apps for different fonts that is available on both the Android and iOS. There are around 120 different fonts to choose from, while more can be downloaded.

Each font is wholly customisable, which means that you can switch their size, transparency and colour to get the typography you want.

Font Studio also lets you add lots of text so that you can create an unlimited amount of custom font designs. Other features include the ability to add frames, use filters, and adjust the brightness.

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4. Notegraphy

apps for different fontsNotegraphy is easily one of the best typography apps around that lets you send gorgeous messages to your buddies. The app is focused squarely on letting you craft and send beautiful messages in social media, and is not ideal for customising photographs.

It’s really easy to use. All you need to do is slot in your text before picking out a template. There are 40 to choose from, so you might be stuck for choice! The app will then convert your line(s) of text into a work of art.

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5. Over

fonts appsOver is your best bet if you fancy yourself as a photo editor, or if you really need to edit some photos for your boss. You have to pay $3.99 for this app, but it’s well worth it. It gives you access to more than 300 fonts that will bring the typography in your photos to life, and you can also use it to make your own business cards, greeting cards and memes.

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6. WhatTheFont

font appsWe love the name of this one! It looks great, too. But is it all style and no substance? Absolutely not! Anyone who has ever worked with fonts and typefaces will have at some point come across a piece of lettering and wondered just what in the heck the font being used was. And so you’d ask the question, What The Font? WhatTheFont lets you quickly take a photo of a font, before the app identifies it for you.

Unfortunately, it doesn’t always work, but when it does it feels as though you’ve got yourself a little bit of magic on your hands.

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7. Font Candy

cool font appFont Candy allows you to top your photos off with captions by easily adding text. You get to choose the type of artwork you’d like to use, and there is a wide range of eye-catching fonts to pick from.

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8. Paper By Fifty Three

font appsThe guys behind this app boldly proclaim that “ideas begin on paper,” and many people would probably agree. If you happen to agree, this fonts app might appeal to you. Although Paper is entirely digital (as opposed to actual paper), it offers a great experience with numerous bolt-on modules that allow for coloring and sketching. Basically, you can jot down some rough font-design ideas and get a flavor of what you want your new font to look like.  It isn’t the most user friendly app in the world, and it might take some getting used to. But for any creatives out there who want to design their own font, it makes a lot of sense.

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9. TypeFaces

best typography appTypeFaces is only available for iOS and is not compatible with the Android. But it is 100% fee, and it is really useful.

Its major selling point is that it lets users find out exactly which fonts and typefaces are installed on their computer. Because, let’s face it, many of us use our computers for years without even realising what fonts and typefaces are available to us!

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10. Phonto

app for different fontsPhonto costs $9.99 to purchase, and it comes with ads – but it also comes with a heap of great future, and there are no limits on what you can do with it. Phonto lets you edit your photos to professional quality. You can easily embellish your images with some astonishingly good typography, and there are over 400 fonts to choose from.

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