Adobe Creative Cloud App Brings 1,300 Free Fonts to iPhone and iPad


Adobe has released an update to its Creative Cloud app for iOS, which brings 1,300 free fonts and 17,000 fonts for users with a paid subscription. Users on iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 can download and install these fonts by updating to the latest version of the Adobe Creative Cloud app.

Apple had officially introduced the ability to install, manage and delete fonts on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch with iOS 13 and iPadOS 13. These fonts can then be used in any third-party app on these platforms. For a free Adobe membership, you can download 1,300 free fonts, along with 2GB file storage. To get access to 17,000 fonts, you would need to buy a Creative Cloud subscription, which starts from $9.99/month. Even if you buy a subscription to the newly released Photoshop for iPad, you would be able to access and download these fonts.

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To download the fonts, make sure you are on iOS 13/iPadOS 13 and version 5.0 of the Creative Cloud app. Login and you will see a list of fonts. Tap install on the font of your choice to download and install it. You can then use the font in any app on your iPhone or iPad.

To delete fonts, you can use the same Creative Cloud app. Alternatively, you can also go to Settings > General > Fonts on your device to preview and delete fonts.

Adobe Creative Cloud Fonts for iOS 2

The update also brings support for dark mode in iOS 13. iPadOS users also get support for annotations via Apple Pencil and PencilKit markup.

Here is the complete changelog for Creative Cloud app version 5.0 update for iOS and iPadOS:

iPad mini 6 to Feature 8.3-inch Display; Will Ship Without Home Button, but No mini-LED Expected


Browse, install, and create with Adobe Fonts, now on mobile. Access 1,300 fonts for free, 17,000 fonts with your Creative Cloud plan. Find missing fonts in documents. Install on mobile to activate fonts on all your devices.


Relax your eyes and extend your device’s battery life.


Add hand-drawn annotations using the Apple Pencil and PencilKit markup.


Bug fixes as well as performance and stability improvements.

*Available on iOS 13.1+ devices only

If you are a Creative Cloud user, go ahead and update the app to get access to these free fonts for iPhone and iPad.

Download Adobe Creative Cloud from App Store