By Eiji Nishidai
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iFontMaker™ is the first font editor exclusive for iPad. With the touch interface, your 100% original hand typeface can be done in 5 minutes¹. You can email the typography or convert it into a TTF file² available in all applications such as Adobe® CreativeSuite™, Microsoft® Office™, and also in your web site as a web font³!
## Now you can install your own font on iOS7 device!! ##
¹ Tested with 62 alphabet & numeric characters with our test users.
² TTF conversion is powered by 2ttf.com (free of charge). Needs the internet connection to download or to share the TTF file.
³ Web font is supported by FireFox3.5+, Safari, Chrome, Internet Explorer 7+.
What's New in Version 1.8
fixed wrong pen's icon
fixed "Attach Glyph Poster PDF" button
fixed some typos
I cannot believe I have neglected leaving a rating for this app, for so long. My apologies to the developer for not doing anything to return the favor of the pleasure you have given. It is terrific, and the possibilities are amazing.
This is one of my earliest purchases, and first of many "Ah ha!" moments I have had with my iPad. I made my living as a designer, and I suppose that being a designer is a rather chronic condition – we never really recover. I can remember the olden days, when accomplishing the feat of making one's own font required a tremendous amount more of time and experience. Now, you can use the fonts you make with a number of art and typography apps! UTTERLY AMAZING! Thank you.
Best available. Wish it got updated.
I have wanted my own font for some time, but it was either a pain to make on PC, or pricey to have someone else make it. So when I saw this app I was really excited. I have tried the few other true font making apps out there before shelling out the $ for this one & this one blows them away.
Truly my only requests are a paste function so that I can import from another app that I find easier to write in, and an eraser.
There is a feature to adjust spacing, and there are adequate instructions. My 12-year old daughter figured out how to save her font so that I could email it later. Check out the website if you need some more help.
This app has some potential. I'd like more control over kerning and letter spacing. There are so many fonts that look good at first but suffer from bad spacing. Also an eraser and more brushes would allow for much more precision. The nudge tool is almost useless, and I'd really rather a tool that lets me control the outlines of the strokes or create an object by drawing points. For something quick that might be for personal use once or twice, it's not a bad app. Easy to figure out really. If you're looking for something to create a well constructed font to pass on to a client, I'd recommend looking elsewhere until this program can refine its precision.