Apple’s Font Book application is great for installing and previewing fonts, but it is not equipped with the tools necessary to manage and repair large fonts collections.
FontAgent is a powerful font manager that imports your fonts to its own library, and helps you filter them by various criteria.
Effortless to install and setup font management solution featuring an organized user interface
Due to its clean design, finding your way around the FontAgent application is quite straightforward. FontAgent’s main window is split between management and previewing tools, while the top toolbar provides buttons for frequently used functions.
Right off the bat, you must import fonts into the FontAgent library by using the app’s menus or by dragging and dropping the font files on top of the app’s main window.
Organize your large fonts collections into various sets and sort them by different criteria
You can use the FontAgent utility to effortlessly and very quickly classify your fonts and you can also make use of its powerful search engine and filtering options to find specific entries.
Moreover, FontAgent enables you to compare fonts, to visualize all included glyphs, or to analyze the embedded font data.
In addition, the FontAgent Workflow Center can run automated scripts in order to clean up your library: you can remove duplicate fonts, organize them by name or foundry, and so on (you can easily add your own scripts).
Professional font management solution featuring powerful previewing, sorting, and database clean up capabilities
On the whole, FontAgent proposes simple yet efficient solutions for dealing with large fonts databases in a streamlined and intuitive manner.
Moreover, the FontAgent application allows you to activate or deactivate entire font sets with a simple mouse click, provides support for running custom scripts, is able to integrate with complex publishing suites, and much more.