Android smartphones support a very wide range of customization and that is the reason why everyone loves them. You can change font on your Android smartphone and do some other stuff too.
In this article, we are going to show you how to change font on your Android smartphone. So, follow all the methods mentioned below.
Change Font on Your Android Smartphone
Majority of the smartphone manufacturers give the option to change font on your smartphone. There is only one exception, if you are using stock Android then you will not have the built-in function to change the font.
Using Built-In Feature
If you do not have a stock Android smartphone then you can change the font pretty easily, you will find the option under Display and Brightness settings in your smartphone.
For example, in Samsung J7 Max, go to Settings, then go to Display.
You will see option “Screen zoom and font” and scroll down.
You will find some fonts that you can select.
You can also change the fonts using third-party apps like launchers to customize fonts. Launchers like Apex Launcher, Go Launcher are very handy if you want to change fonts. Just go to their Setting tab and you will find the option to customize the fonts.
Using iFont App
iFont is another utility app to change fonts on your smartphone. It supports many rotted devices of Samsung, Xiaomi, Huawei, Sony, HTC, and Motorola.
For non-rooted devices just download the app, under the “RECOM” or “FIND” tab you will find the fonts, you would need, download the font you want, tap “Download button”.
After the successful download from the Play Store, tap on “Set” and install the font. Now, go to your Display settings and under Font Size and Style you will find the new font. Select it and you are all set!
So these were some of the methods by which you can change font on your Android smartphone. Do try the methods and let us know.
Change Fonts in iOS
As of now, there is no relevant method to change fonts in iOS without jailbreaking and we do not suggest you do that. However, you can change the size under Display and Brightness settings.