Google’s has a gigantic collection of open-source fonts — called Google Fonts. It has grown steadily in popularity since launching over four years ago. The quality of the typefaces varies greatly, but if you’re in search of new fonts it’s a great place to look.
Google has made the process of using its collection of typefaces on the Web quite simple, but browsing and downloading the files can take hours.
Ever wanted to have those exact fonts on your computer? Now you can! Click here to download the entire collection.
Latest posts by Brock Murray (see all)
- Investigating February’s Organic Rankings Volatility - February 10, 2017
- Mobile Web Browsing Overtakes Desktop Usage for the First Time Ever - November 2, 2016
- Google Data Studio Now Available in Canada - September 28, 2016
- Remarketing Tips from a Paid Ads Expert - June 28, 2016
- Political SEO and the Power of a Redirect - February 18, 2016