AnyFont, a lately released app from developer Florian Schimanke (through TUAW) allows iOS customers to mount customized TrueType and OpenType fonts to an iOS gadget for usage in a several applications, such as Pages, Numbers, and Keynote.


According to the developer, the fonts are set up to an iOS gadget via a setup profile after being added to an application’s storage in iTunes, which is a new function introduced with iOS 7.

[AnyFont] takes the fonts that are contributed to the application’s storage space by the customer via iTunes data sharing or the ‘Open in …’ dialog and produces a configuration profile from it so it can be installed on the gadget. AnyFont turn over the newly created profile to Safari which then takes the individual to the installation procedure. When completed, the individual is then taken back to AnyFont.

To make use of the app,. ttf or. otf font documents have to be set up to the AnyFont app utilizing iTunes. Conversely, font styles could be installed through Dropbox or Mail, by opening up a file in those respective applications and picking the “Open in …” choice for AnyFont.

Once a typeface is included in the AnyFont application, a solitary tap will mount it to a configuration profile on the tool, which then enables the typeface to be used within various other applications in the typeface selection menus.

While this is handy for making papers on iOS tools with fonts that are commonly unavailable on iOS gadgets, it is also useful for viewing papers or presentations made on a Mac or PC, as fonts could be protected. The designer has actually made a tutorial that clarifies the whole font setup procedure, which is rather easy utilizing Dropbox:


AnyFont could be downloaded from the App Store for $$ 1.99. [Direct Link]

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