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Can I use Google fonts in print?
Last Updated: 15th April, 2020
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Also question is, can I use Google fonts in logos?
So, no, there is no one “Googlelogofont.” But, Google's new logo is basedontheir new font, “Product Sans.” In caseyou'rewondering, no, you can't use ProductSansyourself.
how do I use Google fonts for fonts? Open the Google Fonts directory, pickyourfavorite typefaces (or fonts) and add them to acollection.Once you have collected the desired fonts, clickthe“Download your Collection” link at the top andyou'llget a zip file containing all the requested fonts inTTFformat.
People also ask, can I use Google fonts for commercial use?
Yes, Google fonts are all licensedforcommercial use under the SIL Open Font License, whichallowsanyone to use them -- for personal ANDcommercialprojects -- free and clear.
Do fonts have copyright?
Generally, copyright law in the U.S.doesnot protect typefaces. Fonts may beprotected as longas the font qualifies as computer softwareor a program (andin fact, most fonts are programs orsoftware). England alsoallows typeface designs to be protected bycopyright (since1989).