All the fonts in Google’s font catalog are free and open source, making beautiful type accessible to anyone for any project. This means you can share favorites and collaborate easily with friends and colleagues. Google Fonts takes care of all the licensing and hosting, ensuring that the latest and greatest version of any font is available to everyone.
Google Web Fonts are viewed more than 1 billion times every day across the web, on more than 100 million web pages. To help you sort through and pick the right font for your site you can order fonts by popularity, and now you can check out usage data for each font.
Google and Adobe have partnered to make many of the open source fonts originally commissioned by the Google Web Fonts project available through Edge Web Fonts. At the same time, Adobe has contributed two open source fonts of its own — Source Sans Pro and Source Code Pro — to both the Edge Web Fonts and Google Web Fonts services.
Edge Web Fonts is a free hosted web font service from Adobe that provides access to a large library of web fonts made possible by Google, Adobe, and designers around the world.
In addition, Adobe is applying its considerable font expertise to improving and optimizing a number of the open source fonts that are available in both Google Web Fonts and Edge Web Fonts. Efforts include hinting some fonts for better rendering at smaller sizes, plus a number of other optimizations. All of these contributions will themselves remain open source. The first improvements will be released soon. Watch the Edge Web Fonts Blog for updates.
By using Google Font’s extensive catalog, you can share and integrate typography into any design project seamlessly—no matter where you are in the world.