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20 Awesome Typography Apps You Need For Really Beautiful Fonts

20 Awesome Typography Apps You Need For Really Beautiful Fonts

They say there’s an app for everything – and they’re definitely right when it comes to apps that help you create truly impressive fonts. Ditch the Arial and give Calibri the boot. It’s time for typography that gets your images noticed for all the right reasons! Below are 20 awesome typography apps that are just waiting for you to download.

1: PicLab

PicLab

    Price: Most versions are free.

    PicLab is a quick tool to edit all your photos and add beautiful fonts. You can also overlay, crop, filter and more. It’s terrific for posting to social media accounts for both personal or business reasons.

    2: AnyFont

    AnyFont

      Price: $1.99

      The AnyFont app – only for iPhones and iPads – allows you install numerous additional fonts onto your machine. Create stellar presentations when you’re on the road, and never lose your audience’s attention due to dull slides.

      3: FontBook

      FontBook

        Price: $4.99

        This app draws on 134 type foundries from all over the world to give you access to typography that has been commercially successful in the past. For example, may marketers and advertisers like to use Helvetica because it is clean and easy to read. With the FontBook app, you have access to all such type faces right in the palm of your hand.

        4: Typography

        Typography

          Price: About $1.00

          Want to send messages through iOS to your buddies that shine with ultra-uniqueness? Turn to Typography. The little app gives you plenty of options to make your friends smile with interesting fonts you can use for texting and emailing from your iPhone.

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          5: Typefaces

          Typefaces

            Price: Free

            Typefaces allows you to quickly see all the fonts that have been installed on your iPhone or iPad. It’s a neat tool and is great for people who have a desire to know exactly what’s at their fingertips.

            6: Fontest

            Fontest

              Price: Free

              This is a highly useful app that lets you see how your fonts will look on Android-based equipment. Fontest comes with a handful of fonts, and you can always add your own to the mix.

              7: Fontroid

              fontroid

                Price: Free

                Developed for Japanese mobile users, Fontroid caters to the written strokes necessary for Kanji and Kana in Japanese. However, this is still a very fun app to have if you are a non-Japanese-writing person. With a touch of your fingertip, you can even make your own fonts!

                8: A Beautiful Mess

                A beautiful mess

                  Price: $.99

                  Don’t let the name fool you – there’s nothing but beauty in this typography app. With it, you can make all the pics on your iPhone or iPad incredibly innovative with fabulous typefaces. It’s great for playing around or even for business uses.

                  9: Font Candy

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                  Font Candy

                    Price: Free

                    Font Candy is the delicious – and calorie-free! – way to overlay fonts onto your images. Head to their website, and check out a few of their examples. You’ll never see your iOS platform images in the same light again.

                    10: WhatTheFont

                    WhatTheFont

                      Price: Free

                      Stop driving yourself crazy trying to figure out what a particular font could be. Just submit an image to WhatTheFont, and you’ll be introduced to the most likely font that’s being used.

                      11: Paper by FiftyThree

                      Paper

                        Price: Free

                        Paper by FiftyThree takes doodling to an artistic level. This is definitely a must have for anyone with a natural bent toward graphic design. It received the App of the Year award in 2012, and for good reason – it’s incredibly impressive.

                        12: Fount

                        Fount

                          Price: Free

                          Fount is another quick and painless way to give you an idea of what the “mystery font” that’s bugging you could be. This gives it applications for home users and business pros.

                          13: Path On

                          PathOn

                            Price: $1.99

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                            Never allow your images to go out without captioning them using Path On. This app promises to turn any pic into an opportunity for innovation using words.

                            14: iFontMaker

                            iFontMaker

                              Price: $6.99

                              This is a higher-end app that will truly grab the attention of serious font-makers. With iFontMaker, you’ll have the ability to put together your own fonts in a few minutes. If you’re serious about fonts, this is one that you can’t afford to overlook – despite its higher-than-average price tag.

                              15: Typography Insight

                              Typography Insight

                                Price: $1.99

                                Best for use on a larger mobile device like an iPad or Chromebook, Typography Insight lets you get up close and personal with your type faces. You can use your iPad’s touch screen to manipulate and edit letters and numbers in your type face of choice.

                                16: Fontula

                                Fontula

                                  Price: $4.99

                                  The Fontula app is really meant for the higher-end font creator. If you have always wanted to create your own fonts, this is absolutely a great method for turning ideas into realities.

                                  17: FontBrowser

                                  FontBrowser

                                    Price: Free

                                    Browse through dozens and dozens of fonts with this app. FontBrowser takes the guesswork out of determining which font to use in any situation.

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                                    18: Palettes Pro

                                    PalettesPro

                                      Price: $3.99

                                      While this isn’t specifically an app for fonts, it’s kind of a “brother” to those apps. Palettes Pro puts choosing the right shades in the palm of your hand.

                                      19: Swipe

                                      Swipe

                                        Price: Free

                                        Swipe is yet another app that gives you the opportunity to add captions in cool font styles to images. Use it to wow your Instagram followers or encourage more Pinterest shares.

                                        20: Wordcam!

                                        wordcam!

                                          Price: Free

                                          Wordcam is a fun way to transform any photos into word-driven artwork. Be careful, though – the ability to alter any image can be quite addictive!

                                          You’re not just limited to your device’s factory settings. There’s a world of font art out there that can set you apart just waiting to be discovered.

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                                          Last Updated on August 16, 2019

                                          10 Best Calendar Apps to Stay on Track in 2019

                                          10 Best Calendar Apps to Stay on Track in 2019

                                          The success of our day is largely dependent on the quality of our planning. Not to miss out anything in their to-dos, some people prefer to make a list of upcoming tasks in a notebook, while others have long started using digital technology solutions.

                                          Calendar applications are some of the main tools that are worth using to organize our life and plan your time carefully.

                                          Many people have switched to specific tools; however, there are still some who do not use calendars on a daily basis. They may find some applications uncomfortable to use, non-functional, or expensive.

                                          In this article, we are going to check out the best calendars apps to help you stay organized.

                                          1. Cal Calendar

                                            Cal Calendar has recently appeared on the market of mobile applications (Android, iOS). It is the brainchild of the development team of Any.do that features impressive functionality and well-thought-out design.

                                            The application comes with many great features, including support for Exchange and Google Calendar, widgets, voice recording, and many more.

                                            Cal Calendar has direct integration with Any.Do To-Do List, which gives you a unique tandem of two applications.

                                            Apart from its extended functionality, Cal Calendar is easy to use. The creation of events is very simple and fast.

                                            What is more, depending on the name of the event, the application automatically adds contacts and geolocation data to the entry description. You can even import your lists and entries from Any.do.

                                            Cal Calendar is a great option for any type of user. It is very convenient and doesn’t overcomplicate the mode of display.

                                            Another good thing is that this tool is available for free, so you can use it without spending a dime for the software.

                                            Available for iOS and Android

                                            2. Google Calendar

                                              Google Calendar is the official calendar for Android devices that has been tested out by many users around the globe. If you are right now trying to get away from it, consider changing your mind.

                                              Since this application is installed on most Android devices by default, many users think that there is nothing special in this program. They are wrong.

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                                              Google has been updating its calendar for quite a few years, and now it comes in Material Design with advanced event features, direct integration into other Google services (for example, supports reminders and Google Now), and comes with Exchange support.

                                              The program is super easy and will not cost a dime for you. It is a good thing, right?

                                              Available for iOS and Android

                                              3. Jorte Calendar

                                                Jorte Calendar is one of the most popular calendar applications in the Google Play store.

                                                The program features a wide range of configuration options, with many design alternatives. You can adjust display mode to your needs and view calendar entries sorted by month, week, or day (by hours). It is convenient for quickly picking the desired date, using task bars, and setting reminders.

                                                Apart from its ordinary information storing function, this application can be a special cloud service, Jorte Cloud, allowing you to synchronize calendars, schedules, and task lists on multiple devices. The application also supports data importing from Google Calendar.

                                                For those paying attention to the program design, there is also Jorte Store, where you can buy styles and icons to personalize the calendar. This feature makes Jorte is one of the brightest calendar applications.

                                                A basic version of the app is free of charge, so if you do not want to spend money on a calendar application, it is a good option.

                                                Available for iOS and Android

                                                4. Business Calendar

                                                  Business Calendar is geared towards people who use their calendar for work purposes and business task planning. It offers different modes with wide configuration capabilities.

                                                  The application gives a default view mode by months, and events can be marked in different colors. Display modes/ sorting can be adjusted to your needs (by month, day, year, or events).

                                                  You can also set a multi-day viewing mode to see how things look for the next few days. Scrolling up and down moves you by month, and if you check a few days, they will be shown in a more detailed form.

                                                  The day display mode offers hourly scheduling, and the schedule mode provides a detailed schedule for a single event.

                                                  Business Calendar is a great tool for planning/ scheduling cases, tasks, and events. There is a support for recurring events, which can be set up in just a few clicks.

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                                                  Having purchased software, you can use it to import and export other calendars, delete, copy, or move several events at the same time.

                                                  Android Business Calendar application may seem somewhat chaotic, but it works fine and is easy to work with if you play with it for a while.

                                                  A full version of the application is available for $4.99, but you can also find a free version for the app test drive.

                                                  Available for Android

                                                  5. aCalendar

                                                    aCalendar opens our collection of top 10 calendar applications available on the market today. With its appealing design, easy navigation, and great functionality, it is one of the most popular calendar apps in our list.

                                                    Some of extra functions include color schemes for each case type (48 colors to choose from), different types of demonstrations, different widgets, moon phases, and much more.

                                                    Taking into account it functionality, aCalendar is a reliable calendar application that has an easy-to-navigate interface with three display options. Scrolling from side to side allows you to switch between the display modes of the month, week and day.

                                                    When scrolling down and up, you are moving through the calendar at intervals in accordance with the selected display mode.

                                                    Apart from its time planning feature, aCalendar synchronizes photos from contact lists or social networks to remind you about birthdays, anniversaries, or any other special dates.

                                                    The program also supports data transfer through NFC and full-screen widgets, which eases your work with any data.

                                                    The program is available for free, but you can also get even more features if you buy the extended version of software for $4.99.

                                                    Available for Android

                                                    6. DigiCal Calendar

                                                      DigiCal Calendar is very similar to Cal Calendar in the fact that the application focuses on design more than on its functionality. However, this doesn’t mean that the application doesn’t serve the purpose.

                                                      With this calendar application, you can synchronize all your calendars and view them in different ways.

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                                                      Along with the basic functions, this program comes with support for Google Calendar, Outlook, and includes some unique and interesting features. You can match keywords to the image or set up a dark theme.

                                                      The app can even show you the weather forecast for three days. There are many other features that deserve the attention of people who really like to use calendar applications.

                                                      Available for Android

                                                      7. SolCalendar

                                                        SolCalendar can be called a universal application. It claims to be an all-in-one digital solution having a basic calendar functionality combined with some other advanced features, such as weather forecast for a specific day.

                                                        The application supports Google Calendar, as well as tasks, widgets, lunar calendar and even Foursquare.

                                                        Those searching for a calendar application to cover just everything in its functionality, SolCalendar is a program to consider. There are a lot of interesting things in this application; the program does an excellent job working in “all-in-one” mode.

                                                        Test SolCalendar – the application is available for free. You can test it out without purchasing the service.

                                                        Available for Android

                                                        8. Calendar

                                                          Calendar is a relatively new app. It works as a web app and for both iOS and Android devices. It is an intelligent app that learns your contacts, schedule and tasks. It also helps you schedule and arrange meetings according to your available time slots.

                                                          A good thing about Calendar is that it allows you to sync up with other calendars you use such as Apple Calendar and Google Calendar. And so you can manage all the calendars you have in one place.

                                                          Calendar also gives you analytics of your meetings, giving you a clear picture on how you can improve your time management.

                                                          Available for Desktop, iOS and Android

                                                          9. Today Calendar

                                                            Today Calendar is one of the most hip and edgy calendars in our list. The solution was one of the first ones that really embraced Material Design and remains one of the few that adhere to the neat style.

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                                                            The calendar application offers bold colors, simple controls, and great functionality. This is not as heavy an application as many others; it will not eat all the memory of your device.

                                                            If you are not searching for something complicated and over-functional, Today Calendar is what you need. You can always test the application before paying for it – the program is available for free.

                                                            Available for Android

                                                            10. Calendar Widget: Month

                                                              Sometimes people do not need a heap of calendar applications. They would prefer to have one efficient calendar widget.

                                                              Calendar Widget: Month perfectly fills this niche and meets all the needs of a modern user. It has some features of an ordinary calendar, but the real great thing about this software is that it has 80 or more themes in its library.

                                                              The design of the application is great; the themes are perfectly tuned. There are options for almost any theme of your smartphone. The only drawback is the fact that the widget memory is not too large, and you should be ready for it.

                                                              This simple calendar widget was created in the image and semblance of widgets from Yahoo. The widget window displays one calendar month with the ability to go to the previous and move to the next one.

                                                              If you need a simple and affordable calendar to plan your tasks and affairs for one month, this widget is ideal for you. Calendar Widget: Month is so simple that it does not even have Google Calendar support.

                                                              At the moment, it does not have the function of connecting any third-party calendars and services. Developers allow the possibility of introducing support for Google service as an addition to the widget, if users request to have this opportunity.

                                                              Available for Android

                                                              Our Verdict

                                                              Searching for the right application to manage your various calendars and plan your busy day can sometimes turn into a streak of obstacles.

                                                              Most of us need flexible applications that can be easily used to manage our tough schedule. The application should have all necessary time planning functions and be intuitive.

                                                              Stylish design and limitless compatibility also matter. It is not always easy to find such a program.

                                                              The above digital calendar solutions fall under the category “worth” of being used. They are modern, multifunctional, easy, and easy. Pick the one you like!

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