Buyer’s Guide: New Filters on the Free Fonts Page

We’ve updated our Free Fonts page to include format filters. Now you can filter for OpenType, TrueType, or Web. Yes, we have free webfonts!

The filter buttons are located just above the sample text bar.

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Excited to explore the free fonts FontShop has to offer? Stay tuned to the blog to hear about our new Category page in next week’s Buyer’s Guide.

2 Comments

  1. Laurie Clark
    Posted May 5, 2014 at 10:34 AM | Permalink

    What kind of license comes with the free fonts? It’s a little vague how many users are covered and for what use. Thank you.

  2. Molly Doane
    Posted May 5, 2014 at 11:03 AM | Permalink

    Hi Laurie. The free fonts are subject to the same license agreement as their paid counterparts. When you click on a free font, there will be a link to “View End User License Agreement” at the bottom of the product page you are taken to. License agreements vary depending on the font foundry. If you have specific questions regarding a font you are interested in, please feel free to email us directly at info@fontshop.com.

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