Bambi Brannan on Mac360:
There’s an old adage in the graphic design field. ‘You can never have too many fonts‘ and whether they’re the cheap to free fonts found on the web, packs of hundreds or thousands of fonts available for sale at a crazy low price, or Adobe’s incredibly expensive but near perfect fonts, they all have one thing in common. Font management.
Indeed. I have about 20,000 fonts on my Mac. How are they managed? One app.
Appropriately enough, it’s called Typeface, and what it does is exactly what you want to do with fonts; not too much, not too little. Use Typeface to find and preview fonts regardless of where they’re stored on your Mac, whether activated or not.
One of my favorite Mac utilities; worth every penny.