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I read about an webapp that you can point at an image that contains text and it will tell you what font was used to create it.

Unfortunately I can't remember what it was called ... does anyone have a link?

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Funny, Googling your question title gives the answer on the first hit. –  Vortico Aug 13 '10 at 0:04
    
@Vortico well not exactly.. it gives WhatTheFont for iPhone: Overview « MyFonts and if you don't have iPhone you wouldn't even click on it.. :) –  Lipis Aug 13 '10 at 12:34
    
True. It's not all bad. Maybe googling "Font Search App" in the future will return this exact page. Good for SEO. –  Vortico Aug 13 '10 at 20:30
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I'm using WhatTheFont.

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