Google Webfonts gives access to use gorgeous fonts on any webpages and blogs. It helps to make page look cleaner and more readable by improving typography. Google Fonts integrates well with blogs using simple techniques creates less readability efforts for blog’s readers.

Her’s a collection of most used, popular and best google fonts from the webfonts directory which you can use on your blogs and websites for the purpose of improving typography.

Droid Sans

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Droid Sans is one of the best Sans Font and it is widely used. Droid Sans was optimized for user interfaces and to be comfortable for reading on a mobile handset in menus, web browser and other screen text.

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Droid Serif

Droid Serif Font Stats

Droid Serif is again a Serif Georgia like font available for use from Google Webfonts and Adobe Edge Webfonts too. The Droid Serif font family features a contemporary appearance and was designed for comfortable reading on screen.

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Open Sans

Open Sans Font Stats

A sans font by the same designer of Droid Serif and Droid Sans. Open Sans was designed with an upright stress, open forms and a neutral, yet friendly appearance. It was optimized for print, web, and mobile interfaces, and has excellent legibility characteristics in its letterforms.

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Cabin Font Stats

Cabin is good for use in headings and titles. Cabin incorporates modern proportions, optical adjustments, and some elements of the geometric sans. It has got 8 font styles.

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Arimo Font Stats

Arimo is widely used font among tech blogs, and it looks more like a Roboto font. Arimo offers improved on-screen readability characteristics and the pan-European WGL character set and solves the needs of developers looking for width-compatible fonts to address document portability across platforms.

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  1. I have been trying to figure out how to use different fonts for better readability on my own website, yet I haven’t quite found what I need to do.  Does this involve changing any code?
    Great post! 🙂

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