Adobe brings 17,000 fonts to iOS 13


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Adobe’s massive catalog of fonts is now available on iOS for the first time. You can use them inside any app that supports custom font APIs — so long as you’re running iOS 13.1.

Get started by downloading the Creative Cloud app today.

iOS 13 makes it easier than ever to enjoy custom fonts on iPhone and iPad. It has a brand-new fonts manager baked right in, so you don’t have to mess around with third-party profiles anymore.

And Adobe wants to make sure that no matter the project, everyone has a font that fits. Its latest Creative Cloud update brings over 17,000 fonts from type foundries around the world to iPhone and iPad.

A one-stop shop for fonts

You’ll need a Creative Cloud subscription to enjoy the entire catalog. But you can access 1,300 fonts for free simply by signing in with an Adobe ID. And your favorite fonts follow you everywhere.

Fonts installed in Creative Cloud on mobile are automatically activated across all of your devices. So if you start a project on your iPad, it’s easy to continue it on your Mac at home.

You can find fonts with a simple search, or browse through the different categories for things like sans serif, serif, script, and decorative options.

And the fonts aren’t exclusive to Adobe apps. You can use them in any app that supports custom fonts once they’ve been installed — so long as you’re running iOS 13.1.

Enjoy Adobe Fonts today

Everything in Adobe’s library is already licensed for personal and professional use. And you can use as many as you want.

Find Creative Cloud in the App Store now.


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