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For the first time, Adobe has made their library of fonts available on the iPhone and iPad, with the styles now able to be used in all apps that support custom font APIs.
Users with an active Adobe Creative Cloud subscription will receive immediate access to 17,000 fonts from type foundries across the world. Anyone who has an Adobe ID but does not have an active Creative Cloud subscription will still be able to use a selection of roughly 1,300 fonts.
The fonts are available for use on iOS 13.1 apps that support custom font APIs, according to an Adobe blog post. Users will be able to search for fonts by name, or discover new fonts by setting search parameters within the Adobe Creative Cloud app. Users can also find fonts on the Creative Cloud desktop app and activate them for use on the iPad or iPhone.
There are no limits to the number of fonts users can use in projects, and all fonts are included in the Creative Cloud subscription at no extra cost. All fonts are already licensed and can be used for both personal and commercial use.