Google fonts contain a wide variety of fonts for making your content look more beautiful. There are over a thousand fonts available on Google Fonts and they can be customized by mobile phones, PCs and websites. From Roboto to Gelasio to Public Sans, Google fonts can customize your fonts to look just the way you want them to.
Android phones are widely known for their user customization options and user-friendliness, and on the forefront of Android phones are Samsung phones. They are famous for their amazing graphics and customization options. That said, it was quite a disappointment for most Samsung users when they discovered that the latest Samsung releases had limited user customization.
The new Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ do not allow the installation of third-party fonts from the Google Play store. This is because the older version of Android has been disabled for substratum and overlays. That said, there are a variety of fonts to be download from Samsung Galaxy Store but, unfortunately, there are no Google Fonts available on the Samsung Galaxy store.
For some people, fonts may seem like a trivial issue, but for most users who have used and fallen in love with Google Fonts over the years the transition is quite a painful one.
But there seem to be some small windows available for people to install Google Fonts or alternative options for the new Samsung Series.
Users can go to Settings and under “Option display”, check out the Samsung sans fonts. The sans fonts are identical to Google sans fonts. There are also other options similar to Google fonts.
Unlike earlier Samsung phones, rooting has become a little bit more complicated and is tedious work, so most users tend to shy away from it. If you are the type that is willing to get your hands dirty, then rooting might just be for you.
You can root your Samsung phone via third-party apps like Magisk. Before you can proceed with rooting, a backup of the phone is required if the user wants to keep their current files. This is because a factory reset of the phone will be done to complete the root operation.
If rooting is not an option for you, there are still other ways to install Google fonts on the Samsung Galaxy S10+s10+, like the Wings Font Installer. You may have to be a bit tech-savvy to pull this off. The first step is to go to your phone developer settings and enable Android debugging. Then, get USB cable and connect your phone to your computer. Download the Wings Installer setup on your mobile phone and copy it to your computer. Install the Wings Fonts installer on your computer, then you’re good to go. More detailed and concise instructions on how to do this can be found here.
If you are a newbie to Google Fonts and are feeling overwhelmed, here is a list of some of the truly excellent Google Font options:
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