How to Install Custom Fonts on iOS 13 and iPadOS 13
1. Open App Store and simply search for “fonts”. You will find a lot of apps, but I would recommend the Font Diner app (Download) as it’s using the native custom font feature.
2. Install the app and open it. You will find an “Activate Now” button on top. Tap on it and select “Install”. That’s it. You have successfully installed 23 new fonts on your device.
3. You can find the installed fonts from Settings as well. Just navigate to Settings -> General -> Fonts and tap on the fonts to find their typography design.
How to Use Custom Fonts
Currently, custom fonts are only available in select few apps such as Mail, Pages, Numbers, and Keynote. So, if you want to write an email or create a document then you can do so easily without any hacks. Apple is allowing custom fonts mostly on creative and work apps as of now.
1. Open any of the supported apps (Mail, Pages, Numbers, and Keynote) and tap on the “arrow” sign on the keyboard. After that, tap on “Aa” and a new format window will open up.
2. Click on “Default font” and you will find the installed custom fonts on top. You will also get a list of native fonts already available on your iPhone or iPad. Now, you can simply select a font and start typing hassle-free.
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