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  2. Google Fonts - Wikipedia

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    Google Fonts (formerly known as Google Web Fonts) is a computer font and web font service owned by Google. This includes free and open source font families, an interactive web directory for browsing the library, and APIs for using the fonts via CSS [2] and Android. [3] Google Fonts is also used with Google Workspace software such as Docs ...

  3. Montserrat (typeface) - Wikipedia

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    fonts.google.com /specimen /Montserrat Montserrat is a geometric sans-serif typeface designed by Argentine graphic designer Julieta Ulanovsky and released in 2011. It was inspired by posters, signs and painted windows from the first half of the twentieth century, seen in the historic Montserrat neighbourhood of Buenos Aires .

  4. Product Sans - Wikipedia

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    Product Sans. Product Sans is a contemporary geometric sans-serif typeface created by Google for branding purposes. [2] [3] It replaced the old Google logo on September 1, 2015. As Google's branding was becoming more apparent on a multitude of kinds of devices, Google sought to adapt its design so that its logo could be portrayed in constrained ...

  5. Monotype's SkyFonts Chosen by Google for Downloading ... - AOL

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    Users of Google Fonts can now work with free, desktop versions of Google Web fonts accessed through Monotype's patent-pending SkyFonts ™ technology, which enables cloud-based access to OpenType ...

  6. Open Sans - Wikipedia

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    fonts .google .com /specimen /Open+Sans. Open Sans is an open source humanist sans-serif typeface that was designed by Steve Matteson under commission from Google. It was released in 2011 and is based on his earlier design called Droid Sans, which was specifically created for Android mobile devices but with slight modifications to its width.

  7. Lato (typeface) - Wikipedia

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    After Lato was added to Google Fonts it quickly gained popularity, becoming the third most used web font after Google's own Roboto and Open Sans, with over one billion views per day as of August 2018. Carlito is a forked typeface which is very similar to Lato, it is released by Google with metrics compatible with Microsoft's Calibri typeface.

  8. List of typefaces - Wikipedia

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    Kurinto Font Folio (open source , pan-Unicode, 21 typefaces, 506 fonts; v2.196 (July 26, 2020) has coverage of most of Unicode v12.1 plus many auxiliary scripts including the UCSUR) LastResort (fallback font covering all 17 Unicode planes, included with Mac OS 8.5 and up) Lucida Grande (Unicode font included with macOS; includes 1,266 glyphs)*

  9. List of monospaced typefaces - Wikipedia

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    Samples of Monospaced typefaces. Typeface name. Example 1. Example 2. Example 3. Anonymous Pro. [1] Bitstream Vera Sans Mono.