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How to Change Fonts on Android [Non-root Method]

Almost all the people loves the default font on their Android phone. Device manufacturer always try to present us beautiful font so that we will not need to change it ourself. But there are many Android users who will prefer to use different font, different from the legion.

How to Change Fonts on Android

If you're the one, who can't resist from tweaking default font then you're on the right blog. In this post I will tell you few simple steps to change your default font with more pleasant fonts. If you use Samsung phones then you may like to switch to Roboto (default font on Android L). Non-Samsung users may need to root their device.

iFont
iFont is a popular that allows to change the fonts, primarily for Samsung, XiaoMi (MIUI), Meizu,HuaWei(Emotion UI) phones (no root permission needed). This also works on HTC, Sony & Motorola devices (with root permission).

To get started using this font installer, follow these steps...
  • You'll need to allow installation of app from unkown sources. To enable this option go to Settings > Security > Enable Unkown Sources.
How to Change Fonts on Android
  • Go to Play Store and install iFont on your smartphone.
  • Launch iFont and choose your language.
How to Change Fonts on Android
  • Tap on the font you would like to install.
  • Tap the Download button.
How to Change Fonts on Android
  • Now you can Tap the Set button to change the font right now. Or you can change it anytime from Settings > Display > Font Style.
How to Change Fonts on Android
  • Tap on the new font name to use it as your system font. Don't worry, you can change it anytime.
If you have TrueType fonts on your PC then move it to your Android device to use it on your smartphone. You'll need to root your phone to install any custom fonts. After rooting, move the [TTF] fonts to Device Storage > iFont > Custom. Make sure your fonts is tested, to avoid font substitution.

How to Change Fonts on Android

If you aren't impressed with iFont then try Hifont. HiFont is also a great app, try colored font category.

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