100 Free Fonts for Commercial Use: Google Fonts

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Fonts are a typeface that is used in writing. They are a design of letters, numbers, and symbols. Fonts can be classified into serif fonts and sans-serif fonts. Serif fonts have small lines at the end of the strokes in each letter while sans-serif fonts do not have these lines.

100 Free Fonts (Google Fonts for Blogging):

  1. Roboto
  2. Open Sans
  3. Nato Sans JP
  4. Lato
  5. Montserrat
  6. Roboto Condensed
  7. Source Sans Pro
  8. Oswald
  9. Poppins
  10. Roboto Mono
  11. Noto Sans
  12. Raleway
  13. PT Sans
  14. Roboto Slab
  15. Ubuntu
  16. Merriweather
  17. Playfair Display
  18. Nunito
  19. Open Sans Condensed
  20. Noto Sans TC
  21. Rubik
  22. Mukta
  23. Lora
  24. Work Sans
  25. Nunito Sans
  26. PT Serif
  27. Fira Sans
  28. Nanum Gothic
  29. Inter
  30. Titillium Web
  31. Quicksand
  32. Hind Siliguri
  33. Noto Serif
  34. Yanone Kaffeesatz
  35. Teko
  36. Karla
  37. Bebas Neue
  38. Barlow
  39. Padauk
  40. Heebo
  41. Inconsolata
  42. Anton
  43. Oxygen
  44. Source Code Pro
  45. Noto Sans SC
  46. Josefin Sans
  47. Mulish
  48. Arimo
  49. PT Sans Narrow
  50. Libre Franklin
  51. Dosis
  52. Libre Baskerville
  53. Cabin
  54. Hind
  55. Bitter
  56. IBM Plex Sans
  57. Noto Sans HK
  58. Dancing Script
  59. Lobster
  60. Crimson Pro
  61. Abel
  62. Varela Round
  63. Fjalla One
  64. Pattaya
  65. Prompt
  66. Arvo
  67. Cairo
  68. Source Serif Pro
  69. Barlow Condensed
  70. Zilla Slab
  71. Kanit
  72. Comfortaa
  73. DM Sans
  74. EB Garamond
  75. Pacifico
  76. Indie Flower
  77. Exo 2
  78. Hind Madurai
  79. Shadows into Light
  80. Merriweather Sans
  81. Questrial
  82. Slabo
  83. Asap
  84. Overpass
  85. Architects Daughter
  86. Cormorant Garamond
  87. Abril Fatface
  88. Archivo Narrow
  89. Antic Slab
  90. Assistant
  91. Maven Pro
  92. Noto Serif JP
  93. Fira Sans Condensed
  94. Martel
  95. Exo
  96. Caveat
  97. Domine
  98. Balsamiq Sans
  99. Play
  100. Rajdhani

100 Free Fonts (Google Fonts for Blogging):

1. Roboto

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The roboto font is as versatile, as its beautiful. Whether you are looking for a travel blog font, fashion blog font, or cooking blog font, you can’t go wrong by choosing the Roboto fonts.

In fact, it is so used it is the most popular blogging font on the internet.

2. Open Sans

Open Sans is a sans-serif typeface designed by Steve Matteson and commissioned by Google. It is one of the two typefaces (the other being Roboto) that were created to offer a more modern, humanist alternative to the Droid typeface family.

The font was developed with large x-height, wide letter spacing and open shapes. It supports Latin, Cyrillic and Greek scripts.

3. Nato Sans JP

Nato Sans JP is a typeface that was created by the Japanese designer Akira Kobayashi. It was designed to be used in the Japanese language. The typeface is a sans-serif font and it has been designed to be used on low resolution screens.

Nato Sans JP is a typeface that was created by the Japanese designer Akira Kobayashi. It was designed to be used in the Japanese language. The typeface is a sans-serif font and it has been designed to be used on low resolution screens.

4. Lato

Lato is a typeface family designed by Polish type designer Łukasz Dziedzic. It was designed to be a sans-serif, geometric font that is reminiscent of the Latin alphabet.

The Lato typeface family is available in six weights with matching italics: light, book, regular, medium, bold and heavy. The Lato fonts cover a wide range of languages including Albanian, Basque, Breton, Bosnian, Catalan/Valencian/Balearic/Catalan (Valencian), Croatian/Latin (Croatia), Czech (Czech Republic), Danish (Denmark), Dutch (Netherlands), English (United Kingdom and United States), Estonian (Estonia), Faroese (Faeroe

5. Montserrat

Montserrat is a typeface created by the British designer, Neville Brody. It was designed for the London Underground in 1987.

The font is named after Montserrat Mountain in Catalonia, Spain. The mountain’s name comes from the Catalan word “mons serratus” which means “jagged mountain”.

6. Roboto Condensed

Roboto Condensed is a sans-serif typeface designed by Google. It was created to be used on small screens, and it is the default typeface for Android.

It was first released in 2011 with the release of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS). Roboto Condensed has been updated with each major release of Android since then, including version 8.0 Oreo in 2017.

The font family includes six weights: light, regular, medium, demi bold, bold and heavy; as well as condensed and expanded widths for each weight.

7. Source Sans Pro

Source Sans Pro is a sans-serif typeface that was designed by Paul D. Hunt and published by Adobe Systems in 2012. It is a humanist sans-serif typeface, with a large x-height and open letterforms.

The typeface is intended to be used at display sizes, as it has large counters and lacks the subtlety of other fonts for small text. The design process involved the use of an algorithm to create letterforms that are similar to those of Gill Sans, which was also designed by Paul D. Hunt.

8. Oswald

Oswald is a typeface designed by Dutch designer

Jos Buivenga. It is a sans-serif typeface, with a simple and modern design.

The typeface was originally designed for use on the Apple Mac OS X operating system, but is now available for use on Microsoft Windows and Linux operating systems as well.

9. Poppins

Poppins is a typeface that was created by the British designer, illustrator, and typographer Edward Johnston in 1906. It is a sans-serif typeface designed for use on London’s Underground system.

The font was commissioned by Frank Pick, Commercial Manager of the Underground Electric Railways Company of London (UERL), to improve the legibility of text in UERL’s stations and trains. The Poppins font has been used on all London Underground signage since 1908.

It is also used on many other transport networks around the world including Hong Kong’s Mass Transit Railway (MTR) and Taipei Metro.

10. Roboto Mono

Roboto Mono is a typeface designed by Christian Robertson in 2010. It is a sans-serif font that has been optimized for readability on screens.

Roboto Mono has been designed to be used on screens and it is optimized for readability. The font was created by Christian Robertson in 2010 and it is a sans-serif typeface.

11. Noto Sans

Noto Sans is a font designed by Google. It is a sans-serif typeface that was designed to be used with the Noto Color Emoji project.

Noto Sans is an open source font family that includes five weights (light, regular, medium, bold and black) and three widths (condensed, normal and expanded). The fonts are licensed under the SIL Open Font License.

Noto Sans was designed to be used with the Noto Color Emoji project.

12. Raleway

The Raleway font is a sans-serif typeface designed by Matthew Carter and published by Adobe Systems in 2006. It is intended for use on screen, but is also available for print.

Raleway has a large x-height and open shapes which make it legible at small sizes. The letterforms are based on the shapes of the letters in the humanist sans-serif typefaces popular in the 1920s and 1930s, such as Gill Sans, but with more even stroke widths.

13. PT Sans

PT Sans is a typeface designed by ParaType in 2000. It is a sans-serif typeface with a low x-height and wide letter spacing.

The PT Sans font was designed by ParaType in 2000. It is a sans-serif typeface with a low x-height and wide letter spacing.

14. Roboto Slab

Roboto Slab is a sans serif font that was created by Google. It is one of the default fonts on Android. Roboto Slab is a modern font with clean lines and geometric shapes.

Roboto Slab was designed to be highly legible on screens, and it has been optimized for both web and mobile interfaces. The typeface includes features such as large x-height, open letterforms, wide spacing, and a large range of weights from light to heavy.

15. Ubuntu

Ubuntu is a typeface that was created in 2004 by the design company Dalton Maag Ltd. The font is licensed under the Open Font License and is free to use.

The Ubuntu font family has six variants: Ubuntu, Ubuntu Bold, Ubuntu Condensed, Ubuntu Condensed Bold, Ubuntu Monospace and Ubuntu Mono. The fonts are designed to be used in both print and digital media.

16. Merriweather

Merriweather is a sans-serif typeface family designed by Matthew Carter and published by Microsoft. It is intended to be a modern, humanist design with a large x-height, wide proportions, and open letterforms.

17. Playfair Display

Playfair Display is a serif typeface designed by British type designer Edward Johnston in the early 20th century. It was commissioned by the Monotype Corporation as part of a large project to create a family of fonts for use in printing books.

The font is based on Johnston’s earlier design for London Underground signage, which was originally called “Underground”. The name “Playfair” comes from the fact that it was originally intended to be used for printing children’s books, and its design is based on the style of lettering used in 18th-century children’s books.

The font has been digitised and re-released several times since its original release, with varying degrees of success. It has been criticised for being too delicate and difficult to read at small sizes, but praised

18. Nunito

Nunito is a new font that was created by a team of designers and engineers at Google. It is the first typeface to be designed for both Latin and Japanese scripts.

Nunito was designed with the help of a neural network, which was trained on thousands of examples of Latin and Japanese text. The font has been optimized for readability in both languages, with the Latin characters being more rounded and open than those in Arial or Helvetica.

19. Open Sans Condensed

Open Sans Condensed font is a sans-serif typeface that was created by Steve Matteson and commissioned by Google in 2010. It is a variant of the Open Sans typeface, which was designed to be more legible on small screens.

The Open Sans Condensed font has been used for the Google logo since 2013.

20. Noto Sans TC or Noto Sans Traditional Chinese

Noto Sans TC is a font released by Google in 2016. It is designed to be legible and clear for people who are not native speakers of the Latin alphabet.

Noto Sans TC is a font released by Google in 2016. It is designed to be legible and clear for people who are not native speakers of the Latin alphabet. The font was created with the intention of being used on low-end mobile devices, as well as on high-resolution screens such as those found on smartphones and tablets.

The font was created with the intention of being used on low-end mobile devices, as well as on high-resolution screens such as those found on smartphones and tablets. Noto Sans TC supports over 100 languages, including Arabic, Bengali, Burmese, and Chinese.

21. Rubik

The Rubik font is a typeface that was designed to be legible in low-resolution displays.

The Rubik typeface was designed by the British designer and typographer, Ben Kiel. He created it for use on low-resolution displays, such as those found on mobile phones. The design of the typeface is based on the idea that most letters can be written with just one or two lines.

22. Mukta

Mukta font is a typeface that was designed by the Indian Type Foundry. It was designed to be used in the Devanagari script.

The Mukta font is a typeface that was designed by the Indian Type Foundry. It was designed to be used in the Devanagari script. The font has been created with an aim to provide a contemporary and stylish look for all types of content, including web, print, and motion graphics.

23. Lora

Lora is a font that was designed by the type designer, Lora DiCarlo. It is a sans-serif font that was created to be used in digital screens. The font has been designed to be legible and readable on any screen, no matter the size.

Lora is available for free download on its website.

24. Work Sans

Work Sans is a sans-serif typeface designed by Paul D. Hunt and released in 2018. It is an open-source typeface, available for free download and use under the SIL Open Font License.

It has been designed to be used in user interfaces, where it has been found to be legible at small sizes on low-resolution screens, while also being distinctive from the ubiquitous Helvetica Neue.

25. Nunito Sans

Nunito Sans font is a new font that was designed by the Japanese designer, Takashi Okazaki. It is a sans-serif typeface that has an elegant and modern look to it. It is very versatile and can be used for both print and digital purposes.

Nunito Sans font was designed with the intention of being used in Japan as well as other countries around the world. The designer wanted to create a typeface that would be easy to read in any language, so he made sure to include Latin characters in addition to Japanese characters.

26. PT Serif

PT Serif font is a typeface designed by the British type designer, Vincent Connare.

PT Serif is a sans-serif typeface that has been designed to be used in printed material. It was created in 1990 and was commissioned by Apple Inc. for use on its Macintosh operating system, as well as for its Newton PDA.

It is a humanist sans-serif design with features of traditional serif fonts, such as bracketed serifs and ball terminals on the letters “e” and “c”.

27. Fira Sans

The Fira Sans font is a humanist sans-serif typeface designed by Erik Spiekermann and Ralph du Carrois. The font was originally designed for screen use, but it has been expanded to include a wider range of weights and styles.

Fira Sans is a humanist sans-serif typeface designed by Erik Spiekermann and Ralph du Carrois. The font was originally designed for screen use, but it has been expanded to include a wider range of weights and styles.

28. Nanum Gothic

Nanum Gothic is a sans-serif typeface designed by the Korean company Nanum. It is a modification of the original Gothic typeface, which was designed in 1812 by John Baskerville.

Nanum Gothic has been used in various places, such as on the logo of the 2006 Winter Olympics and on the logo for the 2008 Summer Olympics.

29. Inter

Inter is a variable font family carefully crafted & designed for computer screens.

Inter features a tall x-height to aid in readability of mixed-case and lower-case text. Several OpenType features are provided as well, like contextual alternates that adjusts punctuation depending on the shape of surrounding glyphs, slashed zero for when you need to disambiguate “0” from “o”, tabular numbers, etc.

The Inter project is led by Rasmus Andersson, a Swedish maker–of–software living in San Francisco. To contribute, see github.com/rsms/inter

30. Titillium Web

Titillium Web font is a web font that is designed to be used on the web. It was created by the Google Fonts team and released in 2016. It can be used for both text and headlines.

The Titillium Web font has been designed to work well on screens of all sizes, from desktop monitors to mobile phones. It also has a wide range of weights, from light to bold, which makes it easy for designers to create readable text that’s still stylish and eye-catching.

31. Quicksand

Quicksand is a font that was designed by the Dutch type designer Jos Buivenga. The font is based on the letterforms of handwriting and calligraphy, and has a very organic feel to it.

The Quicksand font was designed in 1993 by Jos Buivenga, who is a Dutch type designer. The font has an organic feel to it and is based on the letterforms of handwriting and calligraphy.

32. Hind Siliguri

Hind Siliguri is a font that was designed to be used in the Devanagari script. It is a type of font that is used for writing in the Indian language.

The Hind Siliguri font was designed by Raghunath Joshi and it was released in 1990. The font has been developed with the help of other designers and it has been created to be used on computers as well as on mobile devices.

33. Noto Serif

Noto Serif font is a typeface designed by Monotype. It is a sans-serif font that is used in the Japanese language. It was designed to be used on low-resolution screens and has been optimized for this purpose.

Noto Serif font is one of the most popular fonts in Japan. It was designed to be used on low-resolution screens and has been optimized for this purpose.

34. Yanone Kaffeesatz

The Yanone Kaffeesatz font is a typeface that was created in the early 1900s. It was designed by the Swiss typographer, Max Miedinger. The font is a sans-serif typeface and it has a geometric design.

35. Teko

Teko font is a new type of font that was created by a team of designers and engineers. It was designed to be used in the digital world.

The Teko font is designed to be used on digital devices such as computers, smartphones, tablets, and smartwatches. It has been designed with the intention of making it easier for people to read text on these devices. The Teko font has been designed with a large x-height and wide letter spacing which makes it easier for people to read text on small screens.

36. Karla

Karla is a font designed by the designer Karla Zimonja. It was released in 2016 and is available for free download.

Karla is a geometric sans-serif typeface that has been designed to be used in both print and digital design. It has a wide range of weights, from thin to black, with each weight having its own unique characteristics.

Karla was created as an alternative to the popular Helvetica typeface, which has been used for decades in many different contexts.

37. Bebas Neue

Bebas Neue is a sans-serif typeface designed by Ryoichi Tsunekawa in 1995. It is an open source font, and it is one of the most popular fonts for web design.

The font was originally created for use on Apple’s Mac OS X operating system, and it was designed to be a more modern replacement for the Times New Roman font. The name “Bebas Neue” comes from the Dutch word “bebas”, which means “free”.

38. Barlow

Barlow font is a typeface that was created by Charles Edward Barlow in 1845. It is a serif font and it was designed to be used for body text.

The Barlow font has been used in many books, newspapers, and magazines. It is also the default typeface for the New York Times.

39. Padauk

Padauk is a sans-serif typeface designed by Steve Matteson. It was originally designed for the Apple Macintosh and was first used in System 7.

40. Heebo

Heebo font is a new typeface that was designed to help dyslexic readers. It was created by the Dutch designer and typographer, Erik van Blokland.

The Heebo font has been designed to make reading easier for people with dyslexia. The shapes of the letters are more rounded and there are more spaces between them, which makes it easier for people with this condition to distinguish one letter from another.

41. Inconsolata

The Inconsolata font is a monospaced sans-serif typeface designed by Raph Levien. It is a modification of the Bitstream Vera Sans Mono font, which was in turn based on the DejaVu Sans Mono font.

The Inconsolata font was created to be an open source alternative to Courier New, which at the time was not available for free use. The name “Inconsolata” comes from the Italian word “inconsolato”, meaning “sad”.

42. Anton

The Anton font is a typeface designed by the Dutch designer Anton Koolhaas. It was originally commissioned by the Dutch newspaper “De Volkskrant” in 1994, and has been used by the paper ever since.

The font is based on a grid of 12 x 12 pixels, with each letter occupying one pixel. The design is based on the idea that it should be possible to create any letterform using only two shapes: a square and a triangle.

43. Oxygen

Oxygen font is a new type of font that was created to help people with dyslexia. It is designed to make reading easier for people who have trouble reading regular fonts. This type of font has been around since the 1990s, but it has recently become more popular because it has been used in some major movies and TV shows.

The first movie that used this font was Wonder Woman, which came out in 2017. The second movie that used this font was A Quiet Place, which came out in 2018.

44. Source Code Pro

Source Code Pro is a monospaced font designed for coding environments. It is available in over 50 different styles, weights, and widths.

45. Noto Sans SC

Noto Sans SC is a font that was created by Google and Adobe. It is a sans serif font that was designed to be used in East Asian languages.

The Noto Sans SC font was created to make it easier for people to read and write in East Asian languages. It has been designed with the goal of being as legible as possible for these languages, which have different writing styles than Latin-based scripts.

46. Josefin Sans

The Josephin Sans font is a sans serif font that was created in the early 20th century. It was designed by the German typographer, Ludwig Schaffner. The font is named after Josephin, the wife of Emperor Franz I of Austria.

The typeface is based on a design by Pierre-Simon Fournier and has been digitized by Linotype GmbH.

47. Mulish

Mulish is a new font that was created by a team of designers and engineers. It was created to be more readable and easier on the eyes.

The Mulish font is designed to be more readable and easier on the eyes. The team of designers and engineers who created it wanted to make reading less tiring for people, especially those who spend long hours in front of screens.

48. Arimo

Arimo is a sans serif font that was designed by the typeface designer Akira Kobayashi. It is a humanist sans-serif typeface, which means that it has a more natural and organic feel than other fonts.

Arimo is designed to be used in both print and digital media. It has been designed to be highly legible on screens, so it can be used for webpages or on mobile devices.

49. PT Sans Narrow

PT Sans Narrow is a font that was designed by ParaType in 2012. It is a narrow version of the PT Sans typeface.

The PT Sans Narrow font family consists of six weights: Extra Light, Light, Regular, Medium, Bold and Extra Bold.

50. Libre Franklin

Libre Franklin is a typeface that was created by the American Type Founders Company in 1903. It was designed by Morris Fuller Benton and is based on the Franklin Gothic typeface.

The font has been used for many different purposes, including in the logos of General Electric and NBC.

51. Dosis

Dosis font is a typeface designed by Dutch designer Jos Buivenga. It was created for the Dosis typeface family in 1989. The design is based on the proportions of classical Roman capitals, which are believed to have been developed from the handwriting of ancient Roman scribes.

The design has been used in a variety of ways, including as a display font and as an alternative to serif fonts such as Times New Roman.

52. Libre Baskerville

The Libre Baskerville font is a typeface designed by John Baskerville in 1757. It was commissioned by the University of Cambridge and used to print the university’s first exam papers.

The font is based on serif letterforms that were popular in England at the time, but it has a modern twist. The letters are more compact, which makes them easier to read on paper.

53. Cabin

Cabin is a font that was designed to be used in the outdoors. It is a typeface that has been designed with the intention of being used for signage and other purposes in the outdoors.

The font was created by designer, Erik Marinovich, who wanted to create a typeface that would be legible and readable in any condition.

54. Hind

Hind font is a type of Arabic calligraphy that is used in the Islamic world. It was developed in the 10th century and became popular in the 11th century.

Hind font is a type of Arabic calligraphy that was developed in the 10th century and became popular in the 11th century.

55. Bitter

Bitter font was designed by Sol Matas for Huerta Tipográfica.

Bitter has little variation in stroke weight and the Regular is thicker than a normal ‘Regular’ style for print design. This generates an intense color in paragraphs, accentuated by the serifs that are as thick as strokes with square terminals.

56. IBM Plex Sans

IBM Plex Sans is a sans-serif typeface designed by IBM in the late 1990s. It is a humanist sans-serif typeface with a low x-height and open shapes.

The font was designed to be used for screen displays, and has been used in IBM’s own branding since 1999.

57. Noto Sans HK

Noto Sans HK is a new font from Google that was designed for the Hong Kong region. It is a sans-serif typeface with Latin and Traditional Chinese characters.

Noto Sans HK is the first typeface to be developed by Google in collaboration with a local partner, in this case, Monotype. The font was created to support both Latin and Traditional Chinese characters, which are used in Hong Kong. Noto Sans HK will be available on Android devices and in Chrome OS later this year.

The font was designed to be more legible on screens at small sizes, while still retaining its readability at larger sizes. It also has features that make it easier for users to distinguish between similar characters (such as “O” and “0”).

58. Dancing Script

Dancing Script is a typeface that was designed by John Hudson. It has been designed to be a more fluid and natural script font.

Dancing Script is a typeface that was designed by John Hudson. It has been designed to be a more fluid and natural script font. Dancing Script is an alternative to the traditional calligraphy fonts, which are often hard to read on digital screens. The letters in Dancing Script have been drawn with the intention of being easier on the eye, while still retaining some of the elegance of calligraphy fonts.

59. Lobster

Lobster font is a typeface that was created by the design studio Monotype in 2017. It was designed to be used for body text, and it is based on the idea of bringing a more human touch to digital communication.

The Lobster font has been designed with an eye on readability and legibility. The designers of this typeface have also taken into account the fact that people are increasingly reading from screens and mobile devices, so they wanted to create something that would work well on these devices.

60. Crimson Pro

Crimson Text is a typeface designed by Steve Matteson. It was created to be an alternative to the Times New Roman font. The font is based on the lettering of the American Type Founders’ 18-point Antique Olive design, which was used as a model for many early 20th century serif fonts.

The font has been used in various publications, including “The New Yorker” and “The Wall Street Journal”.

61. Abel

Abel font is a typeface that was designed by the Dutch designer Erik van Blokland. It was created in 1990 and it is one of the most popular fonts for body text.

The font has a very clean and clear design which makes it perfect for reading on screens. The letters are also quite wide, which makes them easy to read on small screens.

62. Varela Round

Varela Round is a typeface designed by the Spanish type designer Juan Varela. It was created in 2000 and has been used for various purposes, including signage, advertising and books.

The font is based on the classic Garamond typeface, but with a more modern look. It has a wide range of weights from light to bold and can be used for both text and display purposes.

63. Fjalla One

Fjalia One is a font that was designed to be used in the Arabic language. It was created by the designer, Fadi Baki, and it is an open-source font.

The font has been designed to be used in the Arabic language and it is an open-source font.

64. Pattaya

Pattaya font is a font that was created by the Thai designer, Nopasit Thongtara. It is a typeface that is used to represent the Thai language. It was designed in order to be used on computers and mobile devices.

The Pattaya font was created in order to be more readable for people who are not familiar with the Thai language. The design of this typeface makes it easier for people to read and understand what they are reading. The Pattaya font has been designed so that it can be used on computers and mobile devices as well as printed materials such as books, magazines, newspapers, etc.

65. Prompt

Prompt fonts are a type of font that are designed to be used for prompting the user to enter information. They are often used in forms, where the user is required to fill out a form with some information.

Prompt fonts are also often used in games, where the player needs to enter some information before they can continue playing.

66. Arvo

Arvo is a typeface designed by Jos Buivenga. It was originally created for a project called the Arvo typeface, which was commissioned by the Dutch design studio Monotype.

The Arvo typeface is an original sans-serif design with a humanist feel. It has been designed to be legible in small sizes on screens and other digital displays, as well as in print.

67. Cairo

The Cairo font is a typeface designed for use with the Arabic script. It was developed in 1989 by the Egyptian Type Designers Association (ETDA) and is used in Egypt, North Africa, and the Middle East.

The Cairo font has been criticized for its lack of clarity and legibility. The design of the letters are not as clear as other fonts such as Naskh or Kufi.

68. Source Serif Pro

Source Serif Pro is a typeface designed by Steve Matteson in 1989 for Adobe Systems Incorporated. It is a classic serif font, with a large x-height, open letterforms, and a relatively low contrast between thick and thin strokes.

69. Barlow Condensed

Barlow Condensed is a typeface designed by British typographer Neville Brody in 1983. It is an adaptation of the condensed width of the original Barlow typeface, which was designed by Eric Gill in 1928.

The Barlow Condensed font is used for headlines and titles. It has a narrow width and a high x-height, which makes it legible at small sizes.

70. Zilla Slab

Zilla Slab is a typeface that was designed by Vernon Adams. It is a slab serif font, which means that the serifs are thick and blocky. The Zilla Slab font family includes six weights, from Thin to Black.

The Zilla Slab font was designed in 2009 and released in 2010 by Vernon Adams. The typeface is based on the lettering of 1950s American comic books and roadside signs.

71. Kanit

Kanit is a new font that has been designed to be as legible as possible. It is a sans serif font and it has been created with the help of machine learning.

The Kanit font was created by the design company Monotype, which specializes in typefaces and fonts. The company used machine learning to create the Kanit font because it wanted to create a typeface that would be as legible as possible for people who are visually impaired or have low vision.

72. Comfortaa

Comfortaa is a typeface designed to be comfortable for reading on screens. It was designed by Dalton Maag and commissioned by Microsoft.

The font is available in two styles: Comfortaa and Comfortaa Bold. The first style has been designed to be more legible on screens, while the second style has been designed for use in headlines.

73. DM Sans

DM Sans is a sans-serif typeface designed by Dutch designer Dick Dooijes. It was originally designed for use in the Dutch newspaper “De Volkskrant”.

DM Sans is a sans-serif typeface designed by Dutch designer Dick Dooijes. It was originally designed for use in the Dutch newspaper “De Volkskrant”. The font was commissioned by the paper’s editor, Hans van der Maas, who wanted to create a modern and distinctive typeface that would be instantly recognizable as being from De Volkskrant.

74. EB Garamond

EB Garamond is a typeface designed by Claude Garamond and released in 1540. It was the first typeface of its time to have italic letters.

The font was created for the Parisian publisher Robert Estienne, who wanted a more elegant typeface than what was available at the time. The font is named after its designer, Claude Garamond.

75. Pacifico

Pacifico is a typeface designed by David Kerkhoff for the Pacifico type family. It was originally released in 2009 and has been updated with new features and weights since then.

The Pacifico font family is a sans serif design with a geometric structure, but it also has some humanistic qualities. The letterforms are simple, yet elegant and refined. The typeface is available in six weights: Thin, Extra Light, Light, Regular, Medium and Bold.

76. Indie Flower

Indie Flower font is a font that can be used for any kind of design. It is free to download and use.

77. Exo 2

Exo 2 is a font designed to be readable on any device. The font was created by the Google Fonts team and is available for free.

The font was designed with the goal of being readable on any device, from low-resolution screens to retina displays. It also has a large character set of over 600 glyphs, including many that are not found in other fonts.

78. Hind Madurai

Hind Madurai Font is a free font that is available for download. It has been created by the Indian Type Foundry and it is a typeface that has been designed to be used in Tamil language.

The font was created in order to provide an alternative to the traditional fonts that are used for Tamil language. The design of the font was based on the calligraphy of Madurai, which is a city in India. The typeface also includes over 1000 ligatures and contextual alternates which are designed to make it easier for people who speak Tamil to read and write their own language.

79. Shadows into Light

The Shadows into Light font is a typeface designed by the American typographer and graphic designer, Matthew Carter. It was created to be used in the publication of the Book of Common Prayer.

The font was designed to be used in the publication of the Book of Common Prayer. It is a typeface that has been designed for use in large print and it is often used for reading at night or in low light conditions. The font is not available for purchase, but it can be downloaded free from Adobe Typekit.

80. Merriweather Sans

Merriweather Sans Font is a typeface designed by Matthew Carter and released in 2009. It is a sans-serif font, with a large x-height and open letterforms.

The typeface was designed for use on the web, but it has also been used for print and signage. It is available in six weights from light to extra bold, with matching italics.

81. Questrial

The questrial font is a typeface that is used to represent the question mark. It is also known as the “inverted exclamation point” or “exclamation point turned on its head”.

This typeface was created by Claude Garamond in 1529. It was originally used to represent a question mark in French texts.

82. Slabo

Slabo font is a typeface designed by the Swiss designer, Max Miedinger. It was originally designed for the Haas Unica typeface family in 1957.

The Slabo font is a sans-serif typeface that has been used in many different ways, such as for the logo of the London Underground and for the title of The Catcher in the Rye.

83. Asap

Asap Font is a font that was created by the design studio, Asap. The font was created to be used in digital screens and is designed to be legible on any screen.

The font has been designed with a sans-serif typeface, which means that it does not have any of the decorative strokes that are often found in serif typefaces. This makes it easier for people to read on screens and also helps with the legibility of the letters when they are small.

The Asap Font is available for free download from their website and can be used by anyone who wants to use it.

84. Overpass

The Overpass font is a typeface designed by the German designer, Erik Spiekermann. It was created in 1990 and is used for signage on roads, railways, and airports.

The Overpass font is a typeface designed by the German designer, Erik Spiekermann. It was created in 1990 and is used for signage on roads, railways, and airports. The font was originally designed as a sans-serif typeface with an emphasis on legibility at high speeds of travel. The design includes features such as a large x-height to increase readability at distance and low stroke contrast to improve clarity of lettering against complex backgrounds such as tree foliage or graffiti.

85. Architects Daughter

Architects Daughter is a typeface designed by architect and designer, John Pawson. It was created for the purpose of use in his own architectural projects.

The Architects Daughter font is a sans serif typeface with a geometric structure. The letters are all based on circles and squares, which creates an interesting contrast to the more traditional shapes of other fonts.

86. Cormorant Garamond

The Cormorant Garamond font is a typeface designed by Robert Slimbach. It is based on the Garamond typeface and was created for Microsoft in 1989.

This font has been used in many books, magazines, and newspapers. It has also been used in the logo of the National Geographic Society.

87. Abril Fatface

The Abril Fatface font is a typeface that was created in the early 1990s by the Portuguese designer Pedro Fatia. It is a humanist sans-serif typeface, with a high x-height and open counters.

The Abril Fatface font has been used by many companies and organizations, including the European Commission, the World Wildlife Fund, and Amnesty International.

88. Archivo Narrow

The Archivo Narrow Font is a typeface that is designed to be used in small spaces. It has been designed by the type foundry Dalton Maag. The font was created for use in newspapers, magazines and other publications that have limited space for text.

The font has been designed with a focus on readability and legibility. It has been optimised for use in small sizes, which means it is not suitable for large blocks of text or headlines.

89. Antic Slab

Antic Slab Font is a typeface that was created in the early 1990s. It is a slab serif font, which means it has thick and thin lines. The font was designed by Vernon Adams and is available in six different weights.

The Antic Slab Font was designed by Vernon Adams in the early 1990s. It is a slab serif font, which means it has thick and thin lines. The font comes in six different weights and was originally designed for use on IBM’s PS/2 computer systems.

90. Assistant

Assistant fonts is a new type of font that is designed to be used as an assistant for designers. It can help them find the perfect font for their design by providing them with a list of fonts that match their criteria.

91. Maven Pro

Maven Pro is a typeface that is designed for use in the world of digital typography. It was created by Monotype and it is available in six weights.

The Maven Pro font family has been designed to be used in the world of digital typography. The font was created by Monotype and it is available in six weights.

92. Noto Serif JP

Noto Serif JP Font is a Japanese font that was created by Google. It is a typeface that is based on the lettering of Japanese signs and advertisements.

The font was created to be used in Japan, but it can also be used in other countries. It is available for free download on Google Fonts.

Noto Serif JP Font has been designed to be legible at small sizes, which makes it perfect for use in mobile devices and other digital screens.

93. Fira Sans Condensed

Fira Sans Condensed Font is a typeface designed by Erik Spiekermann and Ralph du Carrois. It is a sans-serif font with a condensed design.

This font was designed for use in headlines and other short text passages where space is at a premium. It has been used in the branding of the London 2012 Olympics, as well as in the logo for the BBC’s “Match of the Day” football programme.

94. Martel

Martel Font is a typeface designed by the French designer Philippe Apeloig. It was created in 1990 and is based on the handwriting of his daughter Martel.

Martel Font is a typeface designed by the French designer Philippe Apeloig. It was created in 1990 and is based on the handwriting of his daughter Martel.

95. Exo

Exo Font is a new font that was designed to be readable in outer space. The font was created by NASA and the European Space Agency.

The Exo Font is designed to be readable in outer space, and it has been developed by NASA and the European Space Agency.

96. Caveat

The Caveat Font is a font that is designed to be used in the legal profession. It is a serif typeface that was designed by the American Bar Association and was released in 1948.

The Caveat Font has been used for many years in the legal profession. It is a serif typeface that was designed by the American Bar Association and released in 1948. The font has been used for many years in the legal profession, but it has not been updated since its release. This means that it does not have any of the features of modern fonts such as ligatures or small caps, which are both features that are commonly found in fonts today.

97. Domine

Domine Font is a typeface that was designed by the company, Monotype. It was created to be used in the digital age and is optimized for use on screens.

The font has been designed to be legible and readable on screens, which is a problem that many fonts have. It also has a “modern” feel to it, which makes it perfect for use in the digital age.

98. Balsamiq Sans

Balsamiq Sans Font is a font that was designed to be used in the Balsamiq Mockups application. It was designed to be as legible and readable as possible, while still retaining the hand-drawn style of the original Balsamiq Mockups font.

The font is available for download on the Balsamiq website.

99. Play

Play Font is a new AI-powered font that can be used to write any text in any language. It is created by a team of designers and engineers from Google, Adobe, and Monotype.

Play Font is the first ever AI-powered font that can be used to write any text in any language. The font was created by a team of designers and engineers from Google, Adobe, and Monotype. Play Font uses machine learning to learn the style of the user’s handwriting over time. The more you use it, the better it gets at predicting what you want to write next!

100. Rajdhani

Rajdhani font is a type of font that is used in the Indian subcontinent. It was developed by the National Language Authority of India in 1989. The font was designed to be used on typewriters and computers.

The Rajdhani font has been designed to be used on typewriters and computers. It was developed by the National Language Authority of India in 1989.

References

  1. https://fonts.google.com/
  2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roboto

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