WhatTheFont is a designer’s fantasy. Yes, and that’s because it can identify fonts.
The application is a mobile version of the site created by MyFonts, and identifies any font you point at with your camera, including a variety of comparative fonts to run with it. It likewise gives you a chance to purchase the fonts you find specifically through MyFonts or even offer them via web-based networking media.
As indicated by Seah Chickering-Burchesky, Senior UX Designer at MyFonts, the application can identify 130,000 fonts with the assistance of machine learning. The most recent version of the application can recognize different fonts in a single image, and in addition associated contents.
The application expects to make it less demanding for designers and any individual who needs to perceive which fonts are used in any content, from sites to prints. There are a couple of sites that perceive fonts, as Matcherator and WhatFontIs, but this is the first occasion when we’ve seen the usefulness in a mobile application
The application comes in hand for perceiving fonts in reality, where going by a site would be unfeasible.