Best Font Manager for Mac

over 5 years ago from Jake Peterson, jake101.com

  • Dominik LevitskyDominik Levitsky, over 5 years ago

    You should try FontBase. It has a lot of cool features and is free.

    19 points
    • Kemie GuaidaKemie Guaida, over 5 years ago

      Fontbase way exceeded my expectations. I've been using RightFont, and it does an OK job, but I don't like the interface. I like to organize my fonts in groups and doing this in RF is not nice. I might just switch to FontBase!

      2 points
      • Joe AlfonsoJoe Alfonso, over 5 years ago

        I've had the same exact experience. I found it because I needed a manager for Windows and that seemed like the best bet. Now i might switch my Mac over too.

        1 point
      • Nathan HueningNathan Huening, over 5 years ago

        Ditto. I really wanted to like RightFont, and it's nice, but the UI just doesn't map to my brain right.

        2 points
        • Kemie GuaidaKemie Guaida, over 5 years ago

          That's an awesome way of putting it ;)

          1 point
          • Cosmo Jones, over 5 years ago

            100% agree. RightFont is definitely better than Suitcase (con)Fusion but the organization and UI really needs to get to the next level. Because I have 20 years of collecting fonts, I still get some pinwheels when scrolling through the entire library. I'm excited to check out Fontbase, thanks for the tip!

            0 points
    • Manu Galvan, 5 years ago

      FontBase looks amazing, but it can't activate fonts in Adobe Apps, can it?

      0 points