Google revamps Google Fonts with new Fonts and UI

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For years, Google has offered a cache of excellent fonts for
use on websites, apps like Docs and for your desktop tools. Now,
the site has been completely overhauled with a beautiful interface
that makes it easy to find the right typeface for your next design
project.



Google Fonts now has a brand new layout that displays font
previews in a dynamic grid that resizes as you adjust your
preferences. You can check out every style for each font, change
the preview text and compare options side by side. A handy
sidebar lets you filter the library of more than 800 fonts by
category, language and parameters like thickness, slant and width.
If you’re looking for inspiration, you can visit the Featured section
to see some beautiful fonts curated into collections. And as usual,
you can download the fonts you like to your desktop, or grab code
snippets to embed them into your own sites.

Image credit - Elegant Themes
Source - The Next Web

> Google Fonts (http://fonts.google.com)



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