Have you ever noticed that “missing font” warning when you opened a document or spreadsheet on your iOS device that was created on a Mac or Windows machine? In this article, I will show you how to fix that problem and how to install fonts on iPhone or iPad using a free app called iFont.
- iFont in the App Store (download)
Why install fonts on iOS?
I create most content, such as spreadsheets or presentations on my iMac or MacBook, so font selection on iOS almost never was an issue.My iOS devices are usually limited to the consumption of content, and on the iPad, I ran into the occasional and very annoying “missing fonts” warning. Nevertheless, I have to admit that until recently, I haven’t given installing fonts on the iPhone or iPad much thought. In fact, I didn’t even think that was possible. As a result, I learned to live with the warning I got every time I opened my travel pack list.