typefaces, aka handwriting
fonts, have been around for as long as
typography itself. To some extent, italics are
close to calligraphed material. But handwriting
fonts of today have the advantage to use all the
scanning technology, and flexibility of electronic
type, to emulate closely human script. These fonts
have been created from real handwriting.
(The text above is using the Milko
This package contains 12 fonts. A sample of each font
appears in the main window. Move up and down to see them
To see how a font will feel like in your favorite
application, click on its picture. It will bring a new
window where you will be able to type with it and see how
your own sentences look.
Move the slider up and down to change the text size. You
can also pinch, like you would with a picture.
Acquire the fonts to install them
This app is free, but if you want to install the fonts on
your iPhone or iPad, click on "Unlock/Restore" at the
bottom of the main screen.
You will be able to purchase the fonts, and then install
them on your device. If you change device, you will be
able to restore your purchase.
Once installed, you can use Handwriting Fonts in any
standard word processor application, the same way you
would of ArialMT or Times standard fonts. Simply chose one
of these fonts into the Fonts menu of your favorite app.
This package contains fonts which have been created from
Charlotte, Louise, Mariette, Milko, Pierre, Quinze, Raoul
and Thibault are contemporary casual writing.
They are great to generate documents that look like they
had been written by hand : letters, mass-mailing envelopes
(opened more often when handwritten), social labels,
Willegha, Willegha Bold, Willegha Bold Italic and Willegha
Italic are a set of fine fonts representing the best of
formal writing. They come from actual copperplate longhand
writing, and are perfect for invitations, postcards,
wedding anouncements, and all sorts of special occasions.
We hope you enjoy this pack of precisely created
handwriting fonts. Now you can have real handwriting
letters produced by simply typing on your iPhone or iPad .
In an age of keyboards, this is quite a luxury. And no
need for hours of training with a pen.