DaFont is an archive of freely downloadable fonts. Fonts are categorized by theme, and can also be sorted by name, date, and popularity. The site also allows users to enter custom text when previewing fonts.


UrbanFonts is a great resource for an immense listing of free and commercial fonts. UrbanFont provides a textbox where you can type in your text, play with the font size; tweak it’s font style; font color and background color to get its look-and-feel before you actually download them.


At FontCubes, you’ll find a library of free fonts for both Mac and PC. Fonts are easily searchable by name, artist, dingbats, top rated, alphabetically, or newest.


There are a lot of free fonts out there, but it’s hard to find fonts that are licensed for commercial work. But don’t worry, The folks at FontSquirrel scour the internet for free high quality fonts licensed for commercial use and hand select their favorites. Every font on their website looks professional and is sure to impress your clients.


FontEx is an online repository of fonts. These have been handpicked and are ready for immediate download.


1001 Free Fonts offer a huge selection of free fonts for Windows and Macintosh.


Here you can download 15436 free truetype and opentype fonts for Windows and Mac.


High Fonts offers a large roundup of free and commercial fonts. Browse fonts by letter or search for the font you want! Download from over 3000 free fonts or buy from over 20,000 commercial fonts


FontStock has downloadable TrueType font libraries with comprehensive list of free fonts for Windows and Mac.


ffonts is a free fonts directory which provides you with an amazing collection of cool text fonts. It enables you to search and browse for a wide range of fonts, based on categories and alphabetical listing.

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