The popular Spark mail client from Readdle just got a nice new update that lets you pick font styles and sizes. The new features are available on both Mac and iOS.
Hello, San Francisco! Apple.com changes its web font
As part of its ongoing attempt to unify its platforms, Apple has switched the font for its official Apple.com website to the blockier San Francisco typeface.
Prior to this, Apple used a lighter Myriad font, which first debuted in 2001 as a replacement for the the company’s Apple Garamond typeface.
Apple’s Amazing Icon Font Features Every Mac Ever Made
To celebrate the Mac’s 30th anniversary today, Apple created an amazing font set made up of tiny little Macs. It depicts every model the Cupertino company has released since the original Macintosh made its debut back in 1984, and with the right URL, you can download it for yourself.
Get The Aviiq Portable Quick Stand And The Kernest Konstellation Font Bundle [Deals]
There are several offers at Cult of Mac Deals that may have flown under the radar lately. As we leave the weekend behind and gear up for a new week, we’re going to shine a spotlight on two offers that you may not have had a chance to discover during a busy start to September.
Up Your Design Game With The Name Your Own Price Premium Fonts Bundle [Deals]
Let’s face it: you can never have enough fonts.
There are plenty of great fonts included with your computer, but when it comes to putting together something unique in terms of a website, document, or other design-oriented efforts, the morefonts you have at your disposal the better off you are. That’s why Cult of Mac Deals is pleased to bring you an offer that packages over 30 premium fonts in one bundle – and what’s more is that you can choose what you want to pay for it and get to help one of three charities of your choosing in the process!
That’s right. With The Name Your Own Price Premium Fonts Bundle you’ll get a slew of incredible fonts at a price that you decide to pay. Plus you can help Child’s Play, World Wildlife Fund, or Creative Commons as 10% of your purchase price gets donated to whichever one of those charities you choose. This bundle is a winner no matter which way you slice it.
Ending Soon! Get All The Fonts You’ll Ever Need With The Ultimate Premium Fonts Package [Deals]
Tired of the same old fonts? Need to change up the text style in a presentation, print project, or a graphic design project? Simply want more design options?
Cult of Mac Deals has got you covered.
With this limited time offer, you get 702 brand new premium fonts to add to your design resource toolbox for just $29!
Design Like A Pro With The Graphic Design Studio Combo [Last Chance]
If you’re looknig to level up your design skills, then the latest Cult of Mac Deals offer is “designed” just for you!
With the Graphic Design Studio Combo you can quickly create professional-looking graphics – and have over 6,000 fonts at your disposal. You’ll get the ultimate collection of over 6,200 OpenType fonts with the FontPack Pro Collection and quickly create professional-looking graphics with this Graphic Design Studio. These two downloadable products will make any designers life easier by giving you the ability to have all your font needs in one place along with granting you the wizardry to create professional graphics in a fun and fast way. And you’ll get both products in this deal at far less than their usual $340 price tag. With Cult of Mac Deals you can get everything for just $69!
Select A Fun Or Stuffy Font In The Notes App [iOS Tips]
I’ve heard people complaining about the fonts in the iOS default Notes app for longer than I can remember. Most of the time people thought the default font was pretty cartoony and they wanted something a bit more professional.
I think Apple has finally offered up a solution for the font dilemma. The default font is no less cartoony or fun, but they now offer one font for business people and another I’ll let you categorize. Pick your favorite — fun or stuffy. You decide.
Why Font Nerds Owe a Debt to Steve Jobs
This caught my attention over coffee and the Sunday paper (I know! Weekend luddite, is what an affectionate — I think — friend calls me) a book entirely devoted to fonts called “Just My Type” by Simon Garfield.
Apple’s Mission to Protect Everything Continues – Word ‘Noteworthy’ Is Next
Apple’s mission to trademark and patent pretty much everything it can like an overactive canine marking its territory continues, with a new trademark filing that reveals the Cupertino company has protected the word ‘Noteworthy’, classifying it under the category of computer software.