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Typism

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Price: Free

Rating: 3.00/5 (4 votes)

Description

An app for type enthusiasts, useful for artists, developers, designers, or anyone who loves type.

 

Users can:- display samples of all TrueType and OpenType font files on the device ending in .ttf or .otf, including system fonts and any on the SD card

 

- display the contents of the font file's "name" table (see http://www.microsoft.com/typography/otspec/name.htm or https://developer.apple.com/fonts/TTRefMan/RM06/Chap6name.html). This contains copyright, licensing, designer, manufacturer, and other information.

 

- grow or shrink the sample text and apply bold, italic and underline styles to it. Font display is also multi-touch aware: you can pinch-zoom to change font size.

 

- choose text and background colors including alpha, either with sliders (seekbars) or through direct entry of hex color values

 

- download font files of interest into a local collection using a custom integrated browser. Zip archives are handled transparently. A preloaded bookmark list is included.

 

The free version has a display limit of 15 non-system fonts. The premium version is unlimited and has lorem ipsum display options and more color choices.

 

A valuable tool? Just for fun? You decide. Feature suggestions are most welcome - just drop us a message at augmentedmindsw at gmail dot com, or use the built-in feedback feature in the About box...

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