Typekit is a subscription font service that brings thousands of fonts from foundry partners into one library for quick browsing, easy use on the web or in specific applications.
It allows designers and developers a subscription-based library of hosted, high-quality fonts to use on websites and platforms.
This service is available to the public and allows subscribers to get access under a single licensing agreement to the Typekit font library, which consists of more than 700 typefaces from a variety of foundries.
Support for multiple languages: Users can browse for fonts that support one or more specific languages using language support filters.
Fonts anywhere: Type options across the web and in applications, including Creative Cloud apps.
Extensive documentation: Support service with comprehensive documentation.
Web fonts, simplified: Easy to add fonts to a user's website.
The very best fonts: High quality of all fonts in their extensive library.
Credit card required: N/A
Free - With limited collection of fonts, Portfolio Plan - $49.99/year, Adobe Creative Cloud - $29.99/month, Enterprise - Custom tailored plans.
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Typekit is mainly used by designers that work in independent studios, or in large corporations.
It is generally used to create original typographic designs, which are embedded into online documents.
Typekit can be used on any blogging platform that allows users to customize their HTML.
Typekit integrates with many applications and services, like Wufoo, Illustrator CC, Wordpress, Creative Cloud, Photoshop etc.
The Typekit API enables programmatic access to the functionality of Typekit over a RESTful HTTP based API.
It offers extensive documentation, customer support, help, and troubleshooting sections.