Supported languages and provided font files
Our fonts currently support only languages with Latin alphabet and diacritics.
See the About section on a font’s page for a list of supported languages.
We’re working on a non-latin fonts, though. Please contact us directly if you are interested in a non-latin version of our existing font.
Provided font files
We deliver three file formats according to the intended use:
OpenType Fonts (OTF)
Desktop operating systems use OpenType (OTF). OTF allows for the storage of up to 65,000 characters including specific features:
TrueType Fonts (TTF)
TrueType is also a common font format for desktop operating systems. It is sometimes required for embedded use in software or for older operating systems.
The Web Open Font Format (WOFF and WOFF2)
WOFF and WOFF2 are a font formats for use in web pages. They include compressed OpenType or TrueType with more metadata.
Most browsers support WOFF files. Including desktop and mobile versions of IE/Edge, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera.
Self-hosting web fonts
Web fonts allow web designers to use fonts that are not installed on the user's computer.
Self-hosting means uploading the font file to your server. You refer to it within your CSS code like to an image file. Fonts are downloaded and rendered to the user when needed.
We do not offer hosting for our web fonts. It means you don’t have to rely on an external service and there’s no monthly fee for using our web fonts.
Installing desktop fonts
For more information visit Apple support page How to install and remove fonts on your Mac.
Microsoft Windows 7–10
For older versions visit Windows support page How to install or remove a font in Windows.
For more information visit wiki.ubuntu.com/Fonts.
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