6 Easiest Google Fonts to Read on Websites and Mobile Apps

With the help a great article, now you can find the easiest Google fonts to read on websites and mobile apps. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about this topic. If you want to be specific with the font that you want to use on your printed advertisement, you can look up the best Google fonts for print, which many claim are Lato and Ubuntu (which are both on our list, so they’re pretty popular). These can also be your best options if you are undecided of the font you will use. If you’re unlike me and very creative, you can even combine two fonts to make your document stand out. One of the best Google fonts combinations is PT Sans and PT Serif.

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Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked two of the easiest Google fonts to read on websites and mobile apps.

The first one is Istok Web. The Google font Istok Web was developed in 2008 and has been a solid choice since. The goal of this font is to be shown on LCD screen displays and is most popularly used in the U.S. The perfect pairs of this font (which are also on our list) are Open Sans, Ubuntu, and PT Sans. Another font designed by the same designer is Heuristica. The second font is PT Sans. Number 5 on the list of easiest Google fonts to read on websites and mobile apps is PT Sans that is widely used in Russia and in the U.S. The designers of this font are Alexandra Korolkova, Olga Umpeleva and Vladimir Yefimov, and their vision was released in 2009 by ParaType. ParaType is located in California and their service aims to develop and distribute multilingual font designs. Among their works are Latin fonts, Cyrillic, Greek, Arabic, Hebrew, Armenian, Georgian scripts. The compatible fonts with PT Sans are Open Sans, Lato, Roboto, Raleway, and its second family, PT Serif. The last font for today is Ubuntu. The inspiration for creating the Ubuntu typeface is the Ubuntu type of voice. Canonical is the company that funded the development of this font and the genius behind this creation is Dalton Maag. Maag develops typefaces to provide your need for a font for print, desktop, app and mobile use. Dalton also works with clients not only locally, but globally. The popular pairs for Ubuntu are Open Sans, Roboto, Lato, Oswald, and Raleway.

For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 6 easiest Google fonts to read on websites and mobile apps.

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