Adobe Creative Cloud app adds thousands of new fonts to iPhone and iPad
Adobe has updated the Creative Cloud app for iOS and iPadOS 13. In the new version, a font gallery has been added. They can be used in any applications that support additional fonts.
Fonts are divided into categories, it is possible to hide everything that is not included in your subscription. If you do not have a paid subscription, the list is noticeably losing weight – from 17,000+ titles to about 1,300. But the choice is still impressive – especially considering that you get free licensed material with the possibility of commercial use.
After installation, all fonts immediately appear in compatible applications – including Pages. There is no additional separation between standard and installed, they are listed in a single list. If you do not see the downloaded fonts in the application, most likely there is no support for this function in it yet.
In the settings ("Basic" -> "Fonts") you can view all installed fonts, their size and where they are downloaded from. A preview menu is also available – this is a convenient way to check if there is a Cyrillic alphabet (since the application itself cannot filter out the display of only Cyrillic fonts).
For this application, you need a Creative Cloud account – it can be done for free, while you get 2 GB of space in the cloud to synchronize with other devices. Full access costs $ 9.99 per month and extends storage to 20 GB.
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