Hello! Recently, me and my friend started developing apps for iOS. Our first app is called iFont - it lets you import font files to use in apps such as Keynote, Pages and Numbers, and also lets you view fonts already on the system and compare them. It all started when I created a font but we couldn't see it on our iOS devices, much less install it and use it. We tried Anyfont (MacRumors story), and while it certainly provided inspiration, we thought some features were limited, and also it cost money. We endeavoured to create a free, better, alternative, that had more features. So, we did it. From never having touched Objective-C in our lives, in a month iFont was created - and we hope you will love it as much as we loved creating it. Download it here We'd really appreciate it if you could give it a go. We've already heard of someone using it to install Calibri so all their work documents showed up properly in Pages, and it's great (if I do say so myself!) if you're a typography connoisseur - for example, seeing the minute details of each typeface, such as the units per em and cap height, among many other pieces of information. Any feedback, positive or negative, would be most welcome - you can either PM me or contact us within the app at our email address. We want to make this app the best it can be, so we're busy adding native iPad support and localisation for French, German and Spanish which will hopefully come in a couple of months. If you have any other suggestions, please don't hesitate to contact me. Thank you! Bored of Book Antiqua? Find Comic Sans crummy? Is Garamond too garish? Indifferent towards Impace? Tired of Times New Roman? Turned off of Tahoma? Find Verdana vile? Discover your new favourite font with iFont today!