Spice up your Windows Phone photography with Instafont, now with a special deal

Have you ever looked at photos captured with your Windows Phone and thought, "I would really like to add some font to these beautiful selfies"? You're able to do just that with Instafont for Windows Phone. The app landed in-store this month and is available for free. Slide on past the break for more details on the app and what you're able to do with it.

The app itself enables you to capture a photo directly within the app, or select one from a folder on your Windows Phone and SkyDrive. You then have numerous options and functions available to personlise the image before sharing on social networks. Text, filters, fonts, colours, text size and opacity are all easily configurable.

Instafont App

Instafont comes with 45 filters to apply to photos (20 are included in the free version - upgrade with the enhance pack from the context menu when choosing a photo), 30 fonts to choose from, as well as 22 colours that make use of Windows Phone accents. You don't have to add text either, simply make the edits you wish to implement and share with desired networks.

Speaking of social networks, integration with 6tag (unofficial Instagram client for Windows Phone) is available, which launches the app and adds the image ready for the quick edits before publishing. There are some really cool effects that can be achieved with effective combinations of both filters and added text. 

As an added bonus for those who choose to download Instafont, the developer has made the enhance pack available for free. This will provide you with some more filters and whatnot, perfect if you're looking to really make use of this app and enjoy the world of free content. 

It's worth checking out and we recommend the download if you're one who enjoys adding some finishing touches to your photos. You can download Instafont from the Windows Phone Store for free (Windows Phone 8 only)

Rich Edmonds
Senior Editor, PC Build

Rich Edmonds was formerly a Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.