CrossFont converts TrueType and PostScript Type1 fonts between Macintosh and PC platforms. Converts Type 1 to OpenType. Features: Zip archive support, font preview, drag and drop, font outlines and hints are preserved, OS X dfont support.
License:Shareware, $65 to buy Size:1.57 MBLatest Update:2013-04-18
X-Fonter is an advanced font manager and font viewer for Windows that supports all font types. The clear font previews make selecting the right font an easy task. You can also organize your fonts into custom collections and print font overviews.
License:Shareware, $35 to buy Size:4.67 MBLatest Update:2013-12-10
FontBrowser is a small program which enables you to preview all the fonts available on your system at various sizes, colors and styles.
License:Freeware, $0 to buy Size:172 KBLatest Update:2006-02-08
FontRenamer is free and renames truetype font files (*.ttf) to the real name of the typefaces. Simply select a folder of font files and click Rename button. Â»Arial bold italic.ttfÂ« instead of Â»arialbi.ttfÂ« or Â»Brush Script.ttfÂ« instead of Â»bru
License:Freeware, $0 to buy Size:55 KBLatest Update:2006-11-22
Font Xplorer is the font application that allows you to choose the "perfect font" for a specific job and easily perform all types of font management & printing chores.
License:Freeware, $0 to buy Size:849 KBLatest Update:2006-12-13
FontLoader an utility to make your TrueType font installation a snap. It consists of a shell extension and a font loader module that sits in the system tray, providing you to quick acces to font groups that can be loaded/unloaded on the fly.
License:Freeware, $0 to buy Size:514 KBLatest Update:2001-04-25
MainType is a powerful but easy to use font manager and font viewer, that takes the frustration out of managing your fonts. You can use it to install, uninstall, preview and group your fonts, print reports, reveal detailed font information and more.
License:Shareware, $89 to buy Size:10.99 MBLatest Update:2011-09-02
Got a font collection? Got a collection, but no order in it? Start by giving font files the names corresponding to the full font names. For example, you can rename MLON_I.TTF to Milion Italic.ttf. This name speaks for itself, it is simple and clear.
License:Freeware, $0 to buy Size:647 KBLatest Update:2010-01-24
Comfortable and free way to preview the fonts installed on your system.
License:Freeware, $0 to buy Size:2.2 MBLatest Update:2010-02-07
Top class font manager for OpenType, TrueType, PostScript Type1 and printer fonts. Previews all fonts, prints fonts in many ways, compares fonts, displays all font properties and views character set, keyboard layout. Zoomes and manages fonts.
License:Shareware, $35 to buy Size:1.52 MBLatest Update:2012-03-19
FontTwister lets you create impressive text effects for web pages, logos, and presentations in seconds. Add glows, bevels, transparency, embossing, texture, edges, soft shadows and blurs to your text or apply one of the dozens of built-in styles.
License:Shareware, $39 to buy Size:1.73 MBLatest Update:2010-10-08
The True Type Symbol Font MARVOSYM.TTF is a valuable addition for any office or civil engineering purpose. It contains often-needed but rarely available symbols as Fax Machine, Answering Machine, Cellular Phone or Steel Profile Symbols
License:Freeware, $0 to buy Size:188 KBLatest Update:2007-11-11
FontShow is a small program useful for viewing and printing the TrueType fonts installed on your system. Options are included to display user-specified sample text in place of the normal font name and alphanumeric character set.
License:Shareware, $12.95 to buy Size:560 KBLatest Update:2013-05-22