How to Install Custom Fonts on iPhone and iPad Without Jailbreaking

Have you ever wondered what makes your iPhone interaction so unique and soothing to your eyes? Normally, colours and graphics capture our attention and we miss the most important part: fonts.

On your Windows PC or Mac, you can easily select your choice of fonts to make a document, website or presentation. But you have never thought of installing custom fonts on your iPhone and iPad. Because you never felt the need to do this. Or the device itself never has been so user-friendly that you can change fonts easily.

Perhaps a developer must have wondered how he can change the fonts in an iPhone/iPad. And he has come up with a solution. AnyFont is an app that allows you to add new fonts to your iOS devices.

You can add fonts in TrueTypeFont- (.ttf), OpenTypeFont- (.otf) or TrueType Collection- (.ttc) format on your iPhone and iPad. Thankfully, this app doesn’t require a Jailbroken iOS device. You can use your normal device and add custom fonts.

How to Change Fonts on iPhone and iPad Without Jailbreaking

Step #1: First off download and install AnyFont iOS app on your iPhone.

Step #2: Once the app is settled on your phone screen, launch it and tap on the font file.

Step #3: Now tap on Aa icon.

Step #4: You need to tap on Install from the top right corner.

Step #5: Tap Next from top right corner of phone screen.

A message appears on your phone screen telling you that the configuration profile will install this font.

Step #6: Tap on Next.

Step #7: Tap Install once again.

Step #8: Finally tap Done.

You can check the fonts by tapping Settings → General → Profiles.

How to Import Fonts into AnyFont on iPhone/iPad

Step #1: You can save the fonts in cloud storage to use your fonts on any device. For example, Dropbox is a good option to save your fonts.

Step #2: Tap the font file in Dropbox. Let’s use Archistico_Simple.ttf, for example.

Step #3: Tap on the ellipsis (…) from the top right corner and select Export.

Step #4: Now tap Open In on iOS menu.

Step #5: Tap on Import with AnyFont in the list of apps.

It is done! It will open with your choice of font in the list.

Now you can use AnyFont in your choice of apps like Microsoft Office, Apple’s iWork, Pages, Keynote etc.

If you are already working on these apps, simply shut down them and then reopen the apps.

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