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Glyphs 3 is a Mac font editor that puts you in control: quickly draw high-precision vectors, efficiently reuse shapes, and easily manage any number of letters, figures and symbols.
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Design responsive icons on your Mac
Manage and export multiple variants of your symbols
Unlock the magic of variable fonts
No more compromises: set up design axes and interpolate letter and icons along them. Make your shapes adapt perfectly to any situation, or even animate them on the web. You’ll be surprised how easy it is.
What’s new in Glyphs 3
Go beyond and upgrade your Glyphs experience. Enjoy new ways of selecting, editing, reusing, managing and sorting your shapes.
Customize your Glyphs.app
Use the built-in Plugin Manager to choose from over a hundred freely available plug-ins and script collections. Install Python 3 and manage Python modules with a single click.
After using Glyphs, the pen tool in Illustrator feels like carving a chicken with a chainsaw.Alex Lucas
Just generated 54 fonts with over 26,000 glyphs in less than a minute using Glyphs. That’s pretty epic.Claus Eggers Sørensen
Glyphs has loads of killer features that satisfy newcomers and veterans alike. I can’t work without it anymore.Toshi Omagari Tabular Type Foundry
I am continually astonished at what a well-thought-out, well-designed piece of software Glyphs is.Mark Simonson
Working with monoline designs and masters in Glyphs is awesome. It’s all there, no need for add-ons or app switching.Martina Flor
I can’t imagine a better way to get started in type design than through Glyphs, it has been the most intuitive and efficient way to learn type design and the best way to take my lettering pieces to another level of precision.Cecilia del Castillo Daza ceciliadelcastillo.com
There have been three major technological breakthroughs for Arabic type: Unicode, OpenType—and Glyphs.Nadine Chahine Arabic type and legibility expert
Glad we switched to Glyphs. Feels like flying business class instead of economy.Shoko Mugikura & Tim Ahrens Just Another Foundry