Discovering the font used in an image is a simple process that can be done online through the What The Font website. The platform recognizes text present in JPG or PNG images, displaying the font family used in the file and also offering similar versions accompanied by links to download or purchase.
The recognition of different fonts existing in the same image enables the user to choose which one to identify. Check below how to find out the font used in an image from the computer.
What The Font: How to find fonts online on the PC
Step 1: Open What The Font website (myfonts.com/WhatTheFont) and click “Upload Image” to choose the file on your computer. If you prefer, you can also drag the image onto the site;
Step 2: The site will identify the fonts in the image and you must click on the word you want for the platform to recognize that specific font. Then click on the blue arrow;
Step 3: the platform will show the identified font as well as other similar types. You can click the “Get it” button to purchase and download the font.
That’s it. Take advantage of these tips to discover fonts used in images and get them for your use.
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