You might be surprised at how much productivity you can get out of an iOS device with some of the apps in the App Store. Whether you’re working on documents, presentations, or even design projects, one of the things you̵
With iFont, you can install fonts in TrueTypeFont (.ttf), OpenTypeFont (.otf), TrueType Collection (.ttc) and .zip format on your iPhone or iPad. Fonts can be used in office apps such as Microsoft Office or iWork and even design apps. iFont is free on the Apple App Store, offers optional purchases, and is easy to use.
Import your fonts into iFont
Let’s take a look at how to install fonts on an iPad or iPhone with iFont. We import and install a font from a .zip file.
Step 1: Open the app and tap it Import button from the Installer tab.
Step 2: After the Google Drive menu opens, select the font file (in this example 1Password screenshot.zip). Note that you have the Leaves to select files from iCloud, Google Drive and your phone.
Step 3: Go back to the Installer tab and tap on it Select button next to your file. All fonts are extracted from the document (in this case Cameron Sans MS Medium), so you can install, share, delete, compare, export the font and much more. Press to install to confirm your choice.
Step 4: Crane To allow on the next screen to download the font configuration profile.
Step 5: Open your iPhone or iPad Settings menu and tap Profile downloaded> Install, then enter your device password and tap Done in the upper right corner. Please note that the Font Profile cannot access any personal information on your device.
Step 6: Crane to install again at the top right and then again at the bottom of your screen. Once the process is complete, you can use your new font in all compatible apps and access it under Settings> General> Profile.
Choose the new fonts in an app
If you are working on a PowerPoint, you must close the app to see newly installed fonts.
- Double-tap your home button to see all your open apps.
- Swipe left and right until you find the app you want to use the new fonts in.
- Swipe up to close the app.
- Open the app again.
- Now you can see Cameron Sans MS Medium is listed under it iOS fonts section.
Not only does IFont work for Microsoft Office, but you can also send texts with different fonts as images by using Notepad on different platforms. So there you have it. A handy app that takes productivity on iOS to the next level.