How to Use Cloud Fonts

Google Fonts is a set of free, beautiful and open web fonts that you can use for any purpose. However, is there a way to use these fonts in my Photoshop or Sketch document?

No problem. RightFont supports syncing all popular cloud fonts collection to your desktop, including Google Fonts, Adobe Typekit Fonts, SkyFonts and Monotype Library Subscription. This short guide will show you how to do that.

Google Fonts

Select Google Fonts in the left Sidebar, and you will see the Sync Google Fonts button in the center, click that button to begin downloading for the first time. After the downloading process is finished, Google Fonts will be shown, and you can activate or deactivate them as normal local fonts.

When some new fonts are added to Google Fonts collection later, RightFont will be notified, and the new fonts should be downloaded automatically in background.

Adobe Typekit

Adobe Typekit is a cloud service which offers a subscription library of high-quality fonts. You can download Typekit fonts using Adobe Creative Cloud app, however, we provide a better way to preview and manage them as well as other fonts in RightFont.

RightFont can detect Typekit fonts and import them automatically.

SkyFonts

SkyFonts app can download your paid fonts purchased from MyFonts.com or Fonts.com. Similar as Adobe Typekit fonts, RightFont ships a better way to preview and manage those fonts.

Monotype Library Subscription

Monotype Library contains more than 2,500 font families, if you have subscribed this service you have access to all of these fonts. When you have downloaded any font from Monotype Library Subscription RightFont can display them directly without any setup.