Today I want to talk about typography — or more specifically how to get better typography on your iPad. One of the biggest stumbling blocks for people who care about typography, but want to use iOS, is that it is not very clear how, or if, you can get the typefaces you love on to the iPad. Clever apps like Ulysses, allow you to send it any font file and the app will make it a part of the fonts you can choose from — it’s handy if all you care about is seeing your favorite writing typeface in the world’s best writing app.
But what about if you want to do some print design, or even use the corporate typefaces in Pages and such?
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