Adobe Fonts (formerly Typekit) is a commercial font repository. Quality fonts at your fingertips Unlimited fonts. Choose as many as you need from 1000 options. No extra charge. All fonts are included with your Creative Cloud membership. Already licensed. Everything here is cleared for personal and commercial use.
Bit of story
In 2012, Adobe launched the Creative Cloud subscription model with the ambitious intention of making it a «one-stop hypermarket» for the designer, where you can get everything you need for a modest monthly fee, from any creative app to all sorts of online services. Of course, making such statements and not paying attention to one of the designer’s favorite tools was completely impossible. The main role was played by the acquisition of 2011, the pioneer web font company Typekit.
If the Creative Cloud desktop app is running offline, fonts will not appear in the app’s font lists. When you disconnect from the network while the Creative Cloud desktop app is running, the activated fonts are displayed and remain available.
Advantages of Adobe Fonts
After initial download, fonts are stored on local systems so they do not need to be downloaded again. This speeds up the loading of the text.
Fonts are freely available and can be redistributed or modified as you see fit.
These fonts ensure smooth playback of advertisements and web content.
These fonts ensure that content is responsive when played on devices of all form factors so that it always retains its aesthetic appearance.
Adobe uses information collected from websites that use Adobe Fonts to operate the Adobe Fonts service and diagnose delivery or download problems. This information is also used to pay for services and to fulfill our contractual obligations to the font developers whose fonts are used. We provide summary reports to font developers and may provide proof that you have a valid license from Adobe, but we do not share your personal information with font developers.