iFontMaker™ is the first font editor exclusive for iPad®. With iPad touch interface, your 100% original hand typeface can be done in 5 minutes¹. You can email the typography or convert it into a TTF file available in all applications such as Adobe® CreativeSuite™, Microsoft® Office™ for Mac™ and Windows™, and also in your web site as a web font²!
iFontMaker is the world's first font editor designed for iPad. You can create your "handmade" typeface in less than 5 minutes¹ just with your fingers. Your fonts are then ready to install on your computers and also on your iPad & iPhone for any apps. If you have web sites, embed them as royalty free (of course!) web fonts². Stop looking for fonts and start making ones with iFontMaker today.
¹ Tested with 62 alphabet & numeric characters with our beta users.
² Web font is supported by FireFox, Safari, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer 7+.


iFontMaker has a superb free-hand editor. It allows you to be able to make your font in 5 minutes.
In edit mode, you can adjust a stroke with bezier handles. And you can also draw vector shapes in pen-tool mode.
You can get your font as a true type format via 2ttf.com. When you share your font on our gallery, anyone can download and use it.
iFontMaker supports unicode. For now, Latin-1, Greek, Cyrillic, Thai, and Japanese are ready. And you can also edit unsupported glyphs.
buy on the App Store
buy on the Windows Store
For Windows 8 ~ 10.


Tap the "New" button to create a new font-project.
* If the app is freezing, please refer to this article.
Select a glyph to edit, and draw it on the canvas area.
Pen styles and radius
You can set the pen style and radius by the pop-up menu and slider.
editing a stroke
To edit a stroke, change to the Arrow-tool and select the stroke. You can transform / rotate the stroke and edit it as a bézier line.
Phrase and Spacing
In phrase mode, you can test your font and also set the letter-spacing and kerning.
Build a Font
To Build your font as true type, just tap the "Setup and Build Font" button.
How to download your created fonts (Mac)
How to install your fonts (iOS)