Install 300 Fonts on Samsung Galaxy Devices

install-300-fonts-samsung-galaxy-devicesIf you want to personalize your device with your favorite fonts then you must try FlipFont app. This app come with almost all Samsung devices inbuilt into the TouchWix UX and you can easily find it under Settings>Display>Fonts. Another alternative is simply looking for fonts packages as .apk files and install them just like any other third-party app. Today, in this article we will show you how to install 300 Fonts on Samsung Galaxy Devices.

Customization is the best part of Android operating system. That’s why, at DroidCosmo, we try our best to deliver the all possible options that lets you revamp your Android device and give it a personal touch. If you are using rooted device, there are lots of stuff like custom ROMS, apps and ROMs ports and mods.

However, if you do not have a rooted device and still you want to customize it, there are some limited but many ways to do that. Besides, 3rd-party stuff like launchers, lock screen apps, wallpaper packs, icon packs and stock theme engine, you can also install custom fonts. Our today’s article is about installing 300 custom fonts is one of the best thing you can do on your Android phone or tablet.

There are so many options available to install custom fonts on Android device, like flashing custom fonts packages via custom recovery. But if you own a Android device running JellyBean, KitKat or Lollipop-based TouchWiz firmware on it, you can download and install APK file listed below and sideload it just like any other app to enjoy 300 fonts on your device.

Download 300 Fonts on Samsung Galaxy Devices



Install 300 Fonts on Samsung Galaxy Devices

As we have already mentioned above that the listed APK is not meant to be install into your device using root file explorer. You can simply install it as any other apk.

1. Download the fonts package with .apk extension.

2. Enable the Unknown Sources option by going into Settings >> Lock Screen >> Security.

3. Browse the APK file and tap to install it.

4. Once installed, go to Settings >> Display >> Fonts.

5. Here you will see 300 different types of fonts.

6. Simply tap on that font which you want to use.

Done! Simple right?


  1. Fiona Cale October 23, 2016
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