By Eiji Nishidai
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Invent your fonts by hand
iFontMaker is the first and second-to-none font app dedicated for iPad. Anyone can create a unique typeface just in minutes. It's a real font that you can install on Mac, PC, iOS, or use as a webfont.
The long awaited version 2 is now available. It brings more fun to your font creation with new brushes and multitouch support, as well as pro features such as Bezier editing and kerning customization. More over, the update is free for the version 1 users.
## Now you can install your own font on iOS7~9 devices!! ##
What's New in Version 2.61
◆ Added support for iPad Pro
◆ Fixed letter-spacing bug
◆ Fixed minor bugs
◆ Kerning feature
◆ Move/scale/rotate an entire glyph tool
◆ Stroke-width features
◆ iOS8 compliant user interface
◆ New brushes & shapes
◆ Custom photo background
◆ Canvas zoom & pan with gestures
◆ Document gallery
◆ Bezier path edit
◆ Image & GIF animation export
◆ Install your fonts on iOS devices as well as Mac and Windows
◆ Rewritten from scratch with bug fixes & optimizations
◆ FREE UPGRADE for all our lovely users
Great app for graphic designers and typophiles
This is an amazing app! I've used it to create several typefaces for my print designs. I really appreciate the ability to control the kerning pairs in this version. I draw the characters out on paper, import them as underlays and redraw them with the vector tools included in the app. The brushes aren't perfect, but are developed enough to make it both functional and valuable. One feature I'd love to see in future versions would be raster brushes that allowed for single pixel detail that the app could convert to vector automatically afterwards. Even lacking that, this app is a valuable gem in my design arsenal.
What I always wanted!
I make fantasy alphabets and have since I was a teen for part of a game I've been making. Thanks to this simple yet powerful tool, I am able to! My only suggestion is a 'paste all' option for characters with multiple strokes.
This app has only got better over the years. it has wonderfully intuitive controls. I only wish there was control of the line end.