Source: randoFont

It’s time to bust out of using that boring Times New Roman, Arial or Comic Sans font, and randoFont can help.

When you visit randoFont you are given three random fonts. At the top of the page, you can select how many fonts to return and different aspects of the font. Clicking Reload will show you another set of random fonts based on the criteria you set.

The fonts are all available as Google Fonts, which means you can use them in Google Docs or Google Slides, along with downloading them to your computer to use in offline applications such as Pages and Word.

Without randoFont, I wouldn’t have found a fun font such as Mali:

Take that Comic Sans!


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