What Font Is This


What font is this? How many times have you asked yourself and your friends this question? I bet you did it many times, that is why you are reading this article, right? 🙂

You always see fonts that you like but you never try to identify them because you know that it is a difficult and time-consuming? Things changed a lot.

Font identification is super simple in 2020 and it is diametrically opposed from what it was years ago.

Now you won’t use forums to identify the fonts you like, you won’t send tons of emails to different web and graphic designers to get their help, and you won’t use terribly bad software that try to match your font with their database. There are not viable solutions to identify fonts.

In 2020, you can easily identify fonts, in under 1 minute or even on the spot. And the solution that you will see below in this article, it is 100% free and there is no registration needed.

So, what font is this?

The solution

I won’t keep you more in suspense, and I will show you the right solution to answer this question – What font is this?

The name of the solution is WhatFontIs, and it is very similar with the question. It has this name because it is the solution for the question and in the last years it became the favorite and single solution for quick and accurate font identification.

Interesting facts about WhatFontIs and their translations in benefits for you

  • It has a huge database of over 620k indexed fonts. Nobody in the market has a similar database.

How this helps you? The smart Ai software has a 99% chance to identify with success the font you are looking.

  • It is the only system that identifies both free and paid fonts. No other system is capable of such thing.

How this helps you? Don’t be surprised, many fonts that you love and you will identify, are free fonts. Maybe some of them are made by Google and are 100% free. The software will identify all the fonts you need.

  • It works will all font foundries.

 How this helps you? No matter who made the font, WhatFontIs will help you identify it.

  • WhatFontIs is free to use and you don’t need to register.

How this helps you? No explanation here. 

  • The system is extremely accurate.

How this helps you? Should I explain the benefit? For sure not.

  • You can use WhatFontIs (a single software) to identify fonts from websites, newsletters, emails, PDF files, docs, and images.

How this helps you? You will have an all-in-one solution to identify fonts, from all mediums and places (including live places that you visit).

What font is this website using?

To identify fonts from websites, newsletters, and emails, you will need to install the Google Chrome WhatFontIs Extension.

After you install it, you will have WhatFontIs icon in the upper right part of your screen.

To identify fonts from websites for example, you need to visit that particular website, to click on the WhatFontIs icon to active the smart software, and then you will hover your mouse over the text you want to identify.

You will find out immediately the name of the font.

I just used WhatFontIs to identify a font from APPSUMO. It took me just a few seconds.

A very useful feature is that the software will show you 60+ free and paid font alternatives for each identified font.

So, don’t you worry if you find a super font that is expensive. You can use a very similar font that is free or much cheaper.

What font is in this picture?

The most powerful feature of WhatFontIs is the possibility to identify fonts from pictures.

You might think that you have a picture of a font and that the software will identify it for you. Yes, this is right.

But imagine that you can take a picture of any text you see in the world, and identify it. If the smart Ai software cannot identify 100% accurate the font you are looking for, at least you will get important info about similar fonts. So, it still helps you big time.

The process of font identification in pictures is very simple and straightforward.

Take a picture of a text. The text can be on a car, on a building, on a jacket, on a book, etc. You can photograph whatever you want.

Upload the picture to WhatFontIs website.

If it is needed, crop it.

The software will identify the text letters. You will have to write them down. You can skip this step if you register (it takes less than 1 minute and it is totally free).

Right after, the font identification is complete and you will get the following information:

  • The name of the font.
  • If it is free or paid.
  • The price you can get the font.
  • 60+ free and paid font alternatives.

The process is simple, try it now.


This question “What font is this?” will disappear in the following period as everybody on the planet will start use this solution.

Use WhatFontIs to identify fonts from all sources for free.

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