Adobe’s Creative Cloud has now made 1,300 fonts available for free on iOS or iPadOS, for anyone who downloads the Abobe Creative Cloud app.
If you’re tired of the same old fonts on your iPhone or iPad, Adobe is bringing a few goodies your way. As part of iOS 13.1 and iPadOS 13.1, users can now install and use any of 1,300 free fonts in apps that support custom font APIs – new fonts in Mail, Pages, and Keynote, anyone?
All you have to do is download the Creative Cloud app from the App Store, sign in with your ID, install your chosen font, and activate it.
1,300 fonts is a lot, so what if I told you that you’ve actually got 17,000 fonts to choose from? Well, they’re not free, but all Adobe Creative Cloud subscribers are able to access them.
Any fonts installed in Creative Cloud mobile are automatically activated across all your devices. If you want to delete any, you can go to the brand new fonts manager through your device’s Settings menu. Go to General and then Fonts. You can find all the fonts that you’ve installed right there. If you want to remove one or more, just do so. Simple.
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