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Writing apps such as Pages, Keynote and Numbers are heavily expensive, but they still fall short in certain aspects. These apps do not seem to support all the commonly used fonts. It might not be a big issue for a regular user, but for those who have to work on a designated font, it is truly something the users would not like to deal with.
Changing fonts back and forth from the desktop to the iPhone becomes a tad bit hectic. What these apps generally do, is that they throw in a message ‘font not recognized’ and very conveniently convert them to something else! Now, this is not the end of the problem, is it?
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Here we show you a technique with which you can download and save any fonts in the TrueTypeFont (.ttf) or OpenTypeFont (.otf) format and use it with compatible font editing apps on your iPhone or iPad.
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Step 1: Download and install “AnyFont App” from the Appstore. It comes for $1.99 and is of a 1.6MB size. You can Either download it from Apple App Store or head over to our sensational guide on How to Install Paid iOS Apps for Free on your iPhone/iPad.Download AnyFont from Apple App Store
Step 2: When you open the app a message will notify you saying there are no fonts in the app. Click ‘OK’.
Step 3: You can get new fonts using iTunes file sharing. Also, you can use other apps such as Mail or Dropbox to add new fonts. Make sure it is in either .ttf, .otf or .zip format.
Step 4: Open the file from Mail or Dropbox using the ‘Open in AnyFont’ tab.
Step 5: You can see that the new fonts now appear on the AnyFont home page. If it is a zip file, AnyFont will extract all of the contents inside the app.
Step 6: Tap on any of the newly installed file, and a pop up appears. Tap the ‘Aa’ icon to install the font.
Step 7: This will directly take you to your phone settings, where you can see two profiles. The Configuration profiles, and the Provisioning profiles.
Step 8: Tap on the new font that you got and ‘Install’ it. Make sure you read the warning sign, and tap install again.
Step 9: Enter your device pass-code to install the font.
Step 10: Click ‘Done’ when it is installed.
Step 11: Open any of the editing apps that are compatible with AnyFont. You can now see that the newly installed apps from AnyFont get reflected.
Step 12: To install or even delete all or many of the fonts together, tap the tick sign in the middle of the page. Now tap ‘Delete’ or ‘Install’ as you want.
Step 13: To delete one of the fonts which you do not need currently, swipe the font to the left and tap on ‘Delete’.
This handy app is a holy grail for those whose jobs revolve around using various types of fonts. It might take a while to get the desktops out of our lives, but as far as editing goes, you can now rely completely on your mobile devices.
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