The font library and all of your personal font selections are on the new website: fonts.adobe.com
We’ve updated our look and a few of the terms for using fonts, but it’s the same great library, with thousands of fonts from hundreds of foundry partners—all included with your Creative Cloud subscription.
All the fonts that you have been using are listed under My Adobe Fonts. From there, you can manage your desktop font selections, edit your web font projects, & browse fonts you’ve marked as a favorites.
We used to sync fonts to a computer to use them in desktop software programs; now we activate them.
But the name’s the only thing that’s changed: the fonts are still added through your Creative Cloud desktop application, and come with the same font licensing for both personal and commercial projects.
We used to organize web fonts for a particular site into a kit. Now we call that a web project, and we’ve made setting them up easier than ever.
- No more domain listing for web fonts
You no longer need to specify a list of domain names for your web projects. Add the embed code to any website or to an HTML email and the fonts will be available to use.
This also means you can use the same web project anywhere you want. There is no limit on the number of websites or HTML emails that can use fonts from the same web project.
- You don’t need to update your websites
All of your kits have been converted to web projects, which means your web fonts will continue to work. There won’t be any interruption to your web font serving.
There are no limits on the number of fonts that can be activated at the same time and no more limits on the number of monthly pageviews for web fonts.
The complete font library is now included with all paid Creative Cloud subscriptions. If you have a Creative Cloud Photography plan or an Adobe Acrobat single-application subscription, you now get the full font library as well.
Trial Creative Cloud subscriptions come with the basic library, which includes a selection of fonts for web and desktop use.