You can easily install and manage various third-party fonts in Windows and MacOS for a long time and use them on a variety of desktop applications. However, mobile phones and tablets support only limited fonts, at least those of third-party suppliers.
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Even without the latest versions of iOS and iPadOS, you can install system-wide fonts from the App Store or for specific apps. Your device also has several built-in system fonts that you may not yet know.
For example, open the Mail app. Start a new e-mail. Touch the message text. Swipe your finger across the keyboard to the left until the Aa icon is displayed. Touch this icon. Tap the default font setting, and you can now access one of the built-in fonts.
As another example, open Safari on an iOS 13 or iPadOS device and navigate to a readable web page. Touch the double-A icon in the address bar and select the option to show the Reader view. Touch the Aa icon again and you can now switch to another font.
The problem is that managing third-party fonts on your iPhone or iPad has always been difficult. New in iOS 13 and iPad OS is an integrated font manager that lets you view and control the custom fonts you have installed. Downloading and using fonts is done the same way on an iPhone and iPad with the new operating system updates. Let's try it.