What is Adobe Fonts?
Adobe Fonts formerly Adobe Typekit is a paid collection of fonts that are included with a paid subscription to Creative Cloud. It is a font service that was acquired in 2011 by the Adobe company.
In 2018 Adobe changed the name Typekit to Adobe Fonts. Adobe Fonts library has a collection of over 20,000 different typefaces, and it is FREE with your subscription to the Creative Cloud.
What does it offer?
Its platform allows you to purchase and download licensed fonts created by leading type houses. Adobe performs in the design game for several years and as a result, has a collection of some of the best fonts out there. Some of the Adobe fonts are Adobe Originals, and the others are a part of a licensing agreement with industries prominent third party font foundries.
Benefit of the subscription
If one gets subscription to the Adobe Creative Cloud, it includes access to the Adobe font library. Some of the fonts licenses include in the subscription while others you may need to pay for as a supplement, depending on a number of how many fonts you have already accessed the framework you want to use them and so on.
Also, Adobe Fonts become a part of Creative Cloud. In other words, if you even have a plan for a single application, you can use its more than 20,000 fonts to make it clear that you are committed to quality and professional typography.
And is that even if you have the free version of Creative Cloud, you can use the basic collection of fonts from Adobe Fonts. In other words, you have an account to use Adobe XD.
New features have been included
It has not only stayed in this announcement related to Adobe Fonts. But a series of new features have also been included in the synchronization. Those sources go to the cloud. That is, if the user activates one, they can use it anywhere. That is, all fonts in the library are available for use on both the web and desktop.
The Goal of the Adobe Fonts
The goal is to enrich the Creative Cloud experience with access to a huge selection of quality font types, a font service like no other, and seamless integration with CC.
Although the number of earlier sources has been incorporated gradually. First there were about 3,000 new fonts for the library to which they will be added over time. The Adobe that continues to grow to remain consolidated as the company par excellence for design from any device.