Good and at the same time an alarming article. This may sound rough but if you have no aesthetics sense or if you are lazy and you need a tool to generate layouts, colors, typography for you, just change the profession. Typography is a pillar of (graphic) design. It's that simple.
Just to clarify, this man has asked for help, which is good, so my comment doesn't apply to him.
Sky fonts is the best for this. You can "rent" the font and use it live in a project. It works for a small number of big font sites.
I never noticed they have support for Myfonts too! (Never used Myfonts until this project). Will definitely enable this now, thanks!
That's a lot of reading to reach the conclusion "Just pick comic sans"
And I made an effort to keep it short
A post from a resource where's base line-height realy requires some space...
Do you know which one?
Open your eyes
Is there any easy way to compare paid fonts outside of screenshots and tossing them in your design file or mood board?
Most font providers offer a trial for fonts, some even allow you to use it for a couple of hours (if I remember correctly). While doing this exploration on myfonts.com I wasn't able to actually test any of these fonts to my machine. But I do remember being able to do that in the past, so I was very confused by this. Maybe fontshop.com?