SkyFonts – Google Fonts synchronizer, downloader & manager

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SkyFonts is a lightweight and free web fonts synchronizer (includes downloading & managing) for Windows & Mac OS X. It was developed by and supported by Google Fonts. In fact, for most of us, we use it as the best free web fonts service – Google Fonts’ synchronizer, downloader, installer and manager.

More and more individual users or graphic designers, web developers start using Google Fonts. With help of SkyFonts, we can download/synchronize and install all fonts (1700+) in Google Fonts to our local PC. So, it’s possible for us to use them as self-hosted fonts for websites, install them on our computer and use them for desktop display or anywhere uses fonts.

Not only can we download all fonts from Google Fonts, with SkyFonts’ practical real-time synchronizing function, whenever Google Fonts has updates, the fonts in your computer will be updated along.

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