Hundreds more fonts in the library and Marketplace, 1,500+ added for sync

In the four years since we began providing fonts for desktop sync via Creative Cloud, Typekit’s library has continuously grown as we meet more foundry partners who want to add their fonts to our service. Our library is a trusted resource for designers, and we’re the simplest solution for people who need access to a huge variety of great typefaces — all tested and vetted before we add them.

We’ve made the biggest increase to fonts in our library since we started offering fonts for sync, adding over 1,500 additional fonts to the sync collection from 28 different foundries. Most of these were only available for web use before now, typefaces like Kulturista from Suitcase Type Foundry and Oxtail from MAC Rhino Fonts, which we know you’ll be happy to finally use in your desktop applications.

Ampersand animation for Typekit library update

We’ve also added 446 completely new fonts to the library for web and sync, whose terms are still the same: if you have a paid Creative Cloud subscription, you can use any of the fonts in our full library in your work with no added cost on your plan. With so many more available for sync, you’re likely to hit your sync limit sooner — keep an eye on your Synced fonts page!

Typekit Marketplace continues to grow as well, with this being the biggest update since we launched last November. We’re delighted to be working with so many amazing type designers, and have added 456 fonts to this collection as well. We often profile typefaces on our Instagram, so keep an eye there for inspiration. Or dive right in and take a look around.

You don’t need a paid subscription to get fonts from Marketplace; you can use the free Creative Cloud desktop app to sync fonts to your desktop, and you’ll only need a credit card on file so you can pay for the fonts you’d like to use — which you can use as long as you like with no expiration date.

Here is a list of our foundry partners involved in this release. Check out their pages on Typekit to sync their fonts and discover new ones:

Buro Destruct
BV Fonts
Canada Type
Chandler Van De Water
Darden Studio
Insigne Design
Isaco Type
MAC Rhino Fonts
Outras Fontes
Phils Fonts
R-Typography / Rui Abreu
Suitcase Type Foundry
Wood Type Revival

We’ll be sharing more about the foundries and fonts involved in this release on Twitter and Instagram — there’s a lot to celebrate! In the meantime, we can’t stop looking at our library and swooning a little. Get in there yourself, and let us know what you think.

5 Responses

  1. Jacob Weinzettel says:

    Where do we view all the new fonts?

    1. Ariadne Remoundakis says:

      Great question Jacob – please see the list of foundries I just added in the post. Click on the links to navigate to their pages on Typekit – you will see some familiar font names that have been on Typekit for a while for web that are now available for sync, and completely new names too.

  2. Denise says:

    How much to the fonts you choose to use cost?

    1. Ariadne Remoundakis says:

      Hi Denise, most of the fonts we have added today are available within a Creative Cloud subscription at no extra cost. Some of the fonts are available through Typekit Marketplace and they will have a purchase price. Depending on your account, they will appear with a sync button or a purchase price.

  3. Manoj says:

    Happy to know that. I am using your service in my design projects and always recommend it to the clients.

    All the best.

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Ariadne Remoundakis

Foundry Relations Manager at Adobe Typekit. A Greek American in California by way of Athens and London. Passionate about hand lettering, mostly on birthday cards and post-its.

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