One of the biggest issues that users have with smartphones is the commonness in software design and how there’s very little that separates Android smartphones these days. If you want a unique look for your phone, you can apply different themes on the OS. Another thing you can do is install attractive fonts that make the browsing experience on your smartphone more fun. In this article, we bring you the best ways to install fonts on your Android smartphone.
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Download and Install fonts from Settings
Step 1: Go to Settings and select Display.
Step 2: Tap on ‘Font size and style’.
Step 3: Select ‘Font style’.
Step 4: Choose one of the native fonts or tap on ‘Download fonts’ to view more.
Step 5: Download the font apps you want by clicking on the arrow icon next to them.
Step 6: Go back to the ‘Font style’ page and select one of the newly downloaded fonts.
The font style will be applied across the OS and supporting apps.
Install third-party font apps from Google Play Store
There are several third-party apps with an impressive library of fonts that can be applied to your Android smartphone. One of the best apps you can download is iFont. Here’s how you can install different fonts using iFont.
Step 1: Download and install the iFont app from Google Play Store.
Step 2: Launch the iFont app and give it the necessary permissions.
Step 3: Tap on the font you want to install.
Step 4: Tap on ‘Download’.
Step 5: Once the font has been downloaded, select ‘Set’.
Change the font using a launcher
If you use a launcher app for your Android smartphone, chances are that it has its own set of unique fonts. Apps like Nova Launcher and GO Launcher have an extensive library of fonts that you can use to customise your Android smartphone. Simply launch the app’s Settings and go through all the fonts in the Preferences section.
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These are the best ways to install fonts on an Android smartphone. You can also download certain font apps after rooting your smartphone, but it isn’t entirely necessary given that there are several third-party apps that can carry out the same job for you. Are there any particular fonts that you like to your use on your smartphone? Let us know in the comments!
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