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Download All Fonts on Google Font Directory

Google Font Directory offers web designers a variety of stylish fonts that they can include on their websites and web applications without paying for commercial font hosting services like Typekit.

Google Font Directory contains, at the time of this writing, 174 high quality fonts. Embedding these fonts on your website is easy; downloading them to the desktop however, is a different story. This make things difficult for designers who often require the fonts to be available in graphics designing software such as Photoshop and others programs they use to design their application.

Fortunately, Joe Maller has collected all the fonts on Google Font Directory and made them available for download-able archived file. The file is big one – 38 MB in size.

Get them if you wish to own all the web fonts.

Also see: 4 Free Font Hosting Services

[via TheNextweb]

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