I recently wanted to use one of the glyphs from the Font Awesome font as an icon. I didn’t have a good way to create the icon, as I couldn’t figure out which glyphs corresponded to which keys, with the FontAwesome.ttf file. The fontawesome-webfont.ttf was more straightforward, as the unicode character codes are provided in various files associated with the project.
I’ve been looking for a simple project to get back into Android development, so I decided to create a browser for the font that also allows for export. The application is available on the Google Play Store. It provides a simple interface to browse the available icons, select an icon, size and color, and e-mail a png copy of the icon.
The source code is available here: https://github.com/jamiely/Font-Awesome-Browser-Android.