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Rotating the screen displays a full type specimen.
This is what FontShuffle saves to your camera roll if you tap the Camera button on the specimen screen.
Tapping a font lets you view a customizable string of text in that font, and even save a picture of the text to your device's camera roll.
Tap a category, and you're presented with six selections from the FontFont catalog based on the look you selected.
FontShuffle lets you choose from six major classifications of type: sans serif, serif, slab serif, script, blackletter, and display. Tap one, and FontShuffle shows you six more sub-categories to choose from.
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