If you’ve been wanting to give your iPhone or iPad a little refresh, a new font can potentially be a way to do it. This week, Adobe’s Creative Cloud made 1,300 fonts available for free to anyone that downloads its Creative Cloud app from the App Store.
Once you have the app installed and launch it, you’ll be able to browse through all of the fonts that are available through Adobe for your device. When you find one you like, you can install it and then use it in any iOS 13.1 app that supports custom font APIs.
While everyone has access to those 1,300 fonts, if you’re an Adobe Creative Cloud subscriber you’ll actually have access to 17,000. Just a few more.
Your custom font will only be available in apps that support custom font APIs. If you just want to take it out for a spin, Mail, Pages, and Keynote are great places to start.
In the case of Mail, you can change the font by first tapping the angle bracket (
And if you ever forget what fonts you’ve downloaded (or want to run a little cleanup) you can delete fonts by going into the Settings menu on your iPhone followed by General and then Fonts. From there you’ll see all the fonts you have installed on your device. Tap on one to see more information about it or to remove it from your phone if you don’t see yourself using it anymore.