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We look forward to adding support for many new languages to Google Fonts. To accelerate this process, we would like to get your feedback on our latest fonts. Note, some of the fonts have since graduatedgraduated.

  1. Noto Sans Kannada (Kannada)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 30 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Sans Kannada family. It has Regular and Bold styles and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see code.google.com/p/noto/wiki/FontList

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanskannada.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Kannada', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  2. Noto Sans Thaana (Thaana)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Thaana family. It has regular and bold styles and is hinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansthaana.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Thaana', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  3. Noto Sans Gurmukhi UI (Gurmukhi)

    Noto is a font family that aims to support all languages in the world. This is the Noto Sans Gurmukhi UI family. It has regular and bold styles and is hinted. For more information about Noto, go to google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansgurmukhiui.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Gurmukhi UI', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  4. Noto Sans Telugu (Telugu)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 30 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Sans Telugu family. It has Regular and Bold styles and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see code.google.com/p/noto/wiki/FontList

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanstelugu.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Telugu', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  5. Noto Sans Oriya (Oriya)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Oriya family. It has regular and bold styles and is hinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansoriya.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Oriya', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  6. Noto Sans Gujarati UI (Gujarati)

    Noto is a font family that aims to support all languages in the world. This is the Noto Sans Gujarati UI family. It has regular and bold styles and is hinted. For more information about Noto, go to google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansgujaratiui.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Gujarati UI', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  7. Noto Sans Sundanese (Sundanese)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Sundanese family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanssundanese.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Sundanese', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  8. Nico Moji (Japanese)

    Nico Moji (ニコモジ) is a cute and playful Japanese font, with flat and wide Katakana and Hiragana.

    744 glyphs. Now released under the SIL Open Font License.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/nicomoji.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Nico Moji', cursive;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  9. Mplus 1p (Japanese)

    The M+ Outline Fonts Project develops a superfamily set of several families: 4 families with proportional Latin, 3 with fixed-halfwidth Latin, and 2 with fixed-fullwidth Japanese Kana variations.

    The Rounded M+ Project develops versions of the M+ Fonts with rounded terminals.

    This set, M+ 1p, are fonts with proportional Latin and fixed-fullwidth Japanese, and 7 weights from Thin to Black. The Kana have contrasting straight lines and hand-drawn curves. The Latin is aimed to be a sophisticated and relaxed design.

    8,676 glyphs. This is Version 1.061g, released upstream on 2016-04-12, and slightly modified by Google Fonts. Now released under the SIL Open Font License.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/mplus1p.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Mplus 1p', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  10. cwTeXKai (Chinese Traditional)

    cwTeXKai font (Chinese: 楷體) is derived from the cwTeX Traditional Chinese Type 1 fonts made by Tsong-Min Wu, Tsong-Huey Wu and Edward G.J. Lee.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/cwtexkai.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'cwTeXKai', serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  11. Noto Sans Samaritan (Samaritan)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Samaritan family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanssamaritan.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Samaritan', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  12. Noto Sans Linear B (Linear B)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Linear B family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanslinearb.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Linear B', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  13. Noto Sans New Tai Lue (New Tai Lue)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans New Tai Lue family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansnewtailue.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans New Tai Lue', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  14. Noto Sans Gothic (Gothic)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Gothic family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansgothic.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Gothic', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  15. Hannari (Japanese)

    Hannari, from typingart, is an original Kana design inspired by a historical design, Tsukiji. The Kana have a soft and gentle appearence that is elegant and dynamic. It is well balanced classical deign, with a feminine touch. A classic design.

    230 glyphs. The upstream project includes Kanji, Latin and other glyphs from the IPA fonts, which are removed from this font. Now released under the SIL Open Font License.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/hannari.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Hannari', serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  16. Lohit Bengali (Bengali)

    The Lohit Bengali font is from the Fedora Project.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/lohitbengali.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Lohit Bengali', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  17. Noto Sans Malayalam UI (Malayalam)

    Noto is a font family that aims to support all languages in the world. This is the Noto Sans Malayalam UI family. It has regular and bold styles and is hinted. For more information about Noto, go to google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansmalayalamui.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Malayalam UI', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  18. Noto Sans Shavian (Shavian)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Shavian family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansshavian.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Shavian', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  19. Noto Sans Tagbanwa (Tagbanwa)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Tagbanwa family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanstagbanwa.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Tagbanwa', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  20. Rounded Mplus 1c (Japanese)

    The M+ Outline Fonts Project develops a superfamily set of several families: 4 families with proportional Latin, 3 with fixed-halfwidth Latin, and 2 with fixed-fullwidth Japanese Kana variations.

    The Rounded M+ Project develops versions of the M+ Fonts with rounded terminals.

    This set, Rounded M+ 1c, are fonts with proportional Latin and fixed-fullwidth Japanese, and 7 weights from Thin to Black. The Kana have traditional slightly curved strokes. The Latin is optimized to be well-proportioned for text typesetting.

    8,546 glyphs. This is Version v1.059g, released upstream on 2015-05-29, and slightly modified by Google Fonts. Now released under the SIL Open Font License.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/roundedmplus1c.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Rounded Mplus 1c', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  21. Noto Sans Old Turkic (Old Turkic)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Old Turkic family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansoldturkic.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Old Turkic', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  22. Noto Sans Kannada UI (Kannada)

    Noto is a font family that aims to support all languages in the world. This is the Noto Sans Kannada UI family. It has regular and bold styles and is hinted. For more information about Noto, go to google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanskannadaui.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Kannada UI', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  23. Noto Sans Osmanya (Osmanya)

    When text is rendered by a program, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the program. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    The Noto font families will support all characters in Unicode, and this is the Sans Osmanya family. It has a Regular style and is not hinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. The Noto project homepage is code.google.com/p/noto/

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansosmanya.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Osmanya', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  24. Noto Sans Tifinagh (Tifinagh)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Tifinagh family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanstifinagh.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Tifinagh', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  25. Nanum Pen Script (Korean)

    The Nanum fonts (Korean : 나눔글꼴) are unicode fonts designed especially for the Korean-language script, designed by Sandoll Communications (Korean : 산돌 커뮤니케이션) and Fontrix (Korean : 폰트릭스). The publisher is Naver. Nanum Pen Script is a contemporary pen script with a warm touch and is expertly hinted for screen use.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/nanumpenscript.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Nanum Pen Script', cursive;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  26. Noto Sans Deseret (Deseret)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Deseret family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansdeseret.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Deseret', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  27. Noto Sans Cypriot (Cypriot)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Cypriot family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanscypriot.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Cypriot', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  28. Noto Sans Old Italic (Old Italic)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Old Italic family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansolditalic.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Old Italic', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  29. Noto Sans Tai Viet (Tai Viet)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Tai Viet family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanstaiviet.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Tai Viet', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  30. Noto Sans Yi (Yi)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Yi family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansyi.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Yi', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  31. Noto Sans Tai Tham (Tai Tham)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Tai Tham family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanstaitham.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Tai Tham', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  32. Noto Sans Bengali (Bengali)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 30 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Sans Bengali family. It has Regular and Bold styles and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see code.google.com/p/noto/wiki/FontList

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansbengali.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Bengali', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  33. Noto Sans Tamil (Tamil)

    When text is rendered by a program, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the program. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    The Noto font families will support all characters in Unicode, and this is the Sans Tamil family. It has Regular and Bold styles and is hinted, so it will render well on older computers.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. The Noto project homepage is code.google.com/p/noto/

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanstamil.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Tamil', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  34. Noto Sans Tagalog (Tagalog)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Tagalog family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanstagalog.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Tagalog', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  35. Noto Sans Thai UI (Thai)

    When text is rendered by a program, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the program. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    The Noto font families will support all characters in Unicode, and this is the Sans Thai UI family. The design of Noto UI fonts are adjusted to be more vertically compact, a refinement made for user interface typography; you may wish to compare them with the normal Noto Sans Thai fonts. It has Regular and Bold styles and is hinted, so it will render well on older computers.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. The Noto project homepage is code.google.com/p/noto/

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansthaiui.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Thai UI', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  36. Droid Serif Thai (Thai)

    Droid Serif Thai is a traditional high contrast Thai typeface intended to harmonize with serif typeface families like Droid Serif.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/droidserifthai.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Droid Serif Thai', serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  37. Noto Sans Ethiopic (Ethiopic)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 30 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Sans Ethiopic family. It has Regular and Bold styles and is hinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see code.google.com/p/noto/

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansethiopic.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Ethiopic', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  38. Jeju Gothic (Korean)

    Jeju Gothic is simple and modern design. It feels young and fresh like Jeju Island's purity.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/jejugothic.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Jeju Gothic', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  39. Jeju Myeongjo (Korean)

    Jeju Myungjo was designed to have a modern look and improved legibility through simplified shapes and a bigger optical size. It is a polished serif type, to represent Jeju Island's bright future.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/jejumyeongjo.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Jeju Myeongjo', serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  40. Noto Sans Carian (Carian)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Carian family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanscarian.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Carian', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  41. Noto Sans Inscriptional Pahlavi (Inscriptional Pahlavi)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Inscriptional Pahlavi family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansinscriptionalpahlavi.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Inscriptional Pahlavi', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  42. Droid Sans Ethiopic (Ethiopic)

    Droid Sans Ethiopic is a typeface intended to harmonize with sans serif typeface families like Droid Sans.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/droidsansethiopic.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Droid Sans Ethiopic', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  43. KoPub Batang (Korean)

    KoPub Batang is a serif unicode font designed by Fontrix, with sponsorship from Korea's government (Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism) and published by the Korea Publishers Society. It supports 11,172 Hangul glyphs, 94 English glyphs, 986 KS symbols and 4,888 Chinese glyphs. It is intended for reading at text sizes, and it has good legibility: It has passed many legibility tests and has been positively reviewed by publication professionals. Its serifs are restrained and smooth, and it has excellent kerning and other refinements.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/kopubbatang.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'KoPub Batang', serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  44. Noto Sans Lao (Lao)

    When text is rendered by a program, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the program. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    The Noto font families will support all characters in Unicode, and this is the Sans Lao family. It has Regular and Bold styles and is hinted, so it will render well on older computers.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. The Noto project homepage is www.google.com/get/noto/

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanslao.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Lao', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  45. Ponnala (Telugu)

    Ponnala is a Telugu font, made available by Silicon Andhra under the SIL Open Font License v1.1.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/ponnala.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Ponnala', cursive;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  46. Noto Sans Imperial Aramaic (Imperial Aramaic)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Imperial Aramaic family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansimperialaramaic.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Imperial Aramaic', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  47. Noto Sans Inscriptional Parthian (Inscriptional Parthian)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Inscriptional Parthian family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansinscriptionalparthian.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Inscriptional Parthian', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  48. cwTeXYen (Chinese Traditional)

    cwTeXYen font (Chinese: 圓體) is derived from the cwTeX Traditional Chinese Type 1 fonts made by Tsong-Min Wu, Tsong-Huey Wu and Edward G.J. Lee.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/cwtexyen.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'cwTeXYen', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  49. Noto Serif Georgian (Georgian)

    When text is rendered by a program, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the program. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    The Noto font families will support all characters in Unicode, and this is the Serif Georgian family. It has Regular and Bold styles and is hinted, so it will render well on older computers.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. The Noto project homepage is code.google.com/p/noto/

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notoserifgeorgian.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Serif Georgian', serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  50. Noto Naskh Arabic (Arabic)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes ”tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 30 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Naskh Arabic family. It has Regular and Bold styles and is hinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see code.google.com/p/noto/

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notonaskharabic.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Naskh Arabic', serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  51. Noto Sans Devanagari (Devanagari)

    When text is rendered by a program, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the program. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    The Noto font families will support all characters in Unicode, and this is the Sans Devanagari family. It has Regular and Bold styles and is hinted, so it will render well on older computers.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. The Noto project homepage is code.google.com/p/noto/

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansdevanagari.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Devanagari', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  52. Noto Sans Meetei Mayek (Meetei Mayek)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Meetei Mayek family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansmeeteimayek.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Meetei Mayek', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  53. Noto Sans Tamil UI (Tamil)

    When text is rendered by a program, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the program. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    The Noto font families will support all characters in Unicode, and this is the Sans Tamil UI family. The design of Noto UI fonts are adjusted to be more vertically compact, a refinement made for user interface typography; you may wish to compare them with the normal Noto Sans Tamil fonts. It has Regular and Bold styles and is hinted, so it will render well on older computers.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. The Noto project homepage is code.google.com/p/noto/

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanstamilui.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Tamil UI', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  54. Thabit (Arabic)

    Thabit (from Arabic ثابت; fixed) is a fixed-width OpenType font family that supports Arabic script. It is developed by Arabeyes.org as part of the Khotot project by Khaled Hosny

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/thabit.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Thabit', monospace;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  55. Noto Sans Brahmi (Brahmi)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Brahmi family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansbrahmi.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Brahmi', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  56. Noto Sans Ol Chiki (Ol Chiki)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Ol Chiki family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansolchiki.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Ol Chiki', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  57. Karla Tamil Inclined (Tamil)

    Karla is a grotesque sans serif typeface family that supports languages that use the Latin script and the Tamil script. This is the Tamil script part of the family, with Inclined styles in two weights, Regular and Bold.

    The Latin part is available from the Karla specimen page.

    Karla Tamil does not currently work on iPhones and iPads, because iOS doesn't render OpenType Layout shaping, only AAT shaping. Mac OS X, Windows and GNU+Linux all render OpenType Layout shaping. These Tamil fonts do not have AAT shaping, so they won't render correctly, but the iOS system font does.

    To contribute to the project contact Jonathan Pinhorn.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/karlatamilinclined.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Karla Tamil Inclined', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  58. Lao Muang Khong (Lao)

    A Lao font by Danh Hong, based on the traditional handwriting letterforms found on many advertising banners in Pakse city, in the southern part of Laos. It is best used in large typography such as posters and titles.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/laomuangkhong.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Lao Muang Khong', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  59. Noto Sans Runic (Runic)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Runic family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansrunic.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Runic', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  60. Karla Tamil Upright (Tamil)

    Karla is a grotesque sans serif typeface family that supports languages that use the Latin script and the Tamil script. This is the Tamil script part of the family, with Upright styles in two weights, Regular and Bold.

    The Latin part is available from the Karla specimen page.

    Karla Tamil does not currently work on iPhones and iPads, because iOS doesn't render OpenType Layout shaping, only AAT shaping. Mac OS X, Windows and GNU+Linux all render OpenType Layout shaping. These Tamil fonts do not have AAT shaping, so they won't render correctly, but the iOS system font does.

    To contribute to the project contact Jonathan Pinhorn.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/karlatamilupright.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Karla Tamil Upright', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  61. Lao Muang Don (Lao)

    A new creative Lao font by Danh Hong, for use in large typography such as posters and titles.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/laomuangdon.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Lao Muang Don', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  62. Nikukyu (Japanese)

    Nikukyu (ニクキュウ) is a fun and playful Japanese font, inspired by the soft pads of cat paws: Each character is equipted with a highlight spot. The spaces between horizontal strokes are small and tight, so this font is best used in large sizes.

    182 glyphs. Now released under the SIL Open Font License.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/nikukyu.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Nikukyu', cursive;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  63. Noto Sans Khmer (Khmer)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 30 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Sans Khmer family. It has Regular and Bold styles and is hinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see code.google.com/p/noto/

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanskhmer.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Khmer', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  64. Phetsarath (Lao)

    Phetsarath is a font for the Laotian language of Laos. It was commmissioned by the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications of the Laos government.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/phetsarath.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Phetsarath', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  65. Noto Nastaliq Urdu Draft (Arabic)

    Noto is a font family that aims to support all languages in the world. This is the Noto Nastaliq Urdu Draft family. It has regular style and is unhinted. For more information about Noto, go to google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notonastaliqurdudraft.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Nastaliq Urdu Draft', serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  66. Noto Sans Javanese (Javanese)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Javanese family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansjavanese.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Javanese', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  67. Noto Nastaliq Urdu (Arabic)

    Noto is a font family that aims to support all languages in the world. This is the Noto Nastaliq Urdu family. It has regular style and is unhinted. For more information about Noto, go to google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notonastaliqurdu.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Nastaliq Urdu', serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  68. Noto Sans Myanmar UI (Myanmar)

    Noto is a font family that aims to support all languages in the world. This is the Noto Sans Myanmar UI family. It has regular and bold styles and is hinted. For more information about Noto, go to google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansmyanmarui.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Myanmar UI', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  69. Noto Sans Japanese (Japanese)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 30 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Sans Japanese family. It has Regular and Bold styles and is hinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see code.google.com/p/noto/

    Note: Noto Sans Japanese has been subsetted to 6,934 characters and contains most of the characters defined by JIS X 0208. This includes 6,355 Kanji as well as 579 non Kanji characters.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansjapanese.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Japanese', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  70. Droid Arabic Naskh (Arabic)

    Droid Arabic Naskh is an Arabic type designed for use in Google™ products such as Google ChromeOS™ and Android™. Designed to complement the Latin, Greek and Cyrillic provided in the Droid Serif family, the Arabic matches the color, alignment and design detail of the Droid Serif allowing them to be used together for multi-lingual typesetting. This Naskh style is optimized for reading Arabic script on screen. The large ‘loop height’ and ‘tooth height’ help prevent readers from having to zoom web pages to a larger size in order to read them. The traditional Naskh forms are softened for less formal documents such as periodicals and journals. The letterforms structures are based on the calligraphic grammatical rules of the Naskh writing style while drawn with a contemporary feel.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/droidarabicnaskh.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Droid Arabic Naskh', serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  71. Noto Sans Oriya UI (Oriya)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Oriya UI family. It has regular and bold styles and is hinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansoriyaui.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Oriya UI', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  72. cwTeXFangSong (Chinese Traditional)

    cwTeXFangSong font (Chinese: 仿宋體) is derived from the cwTeX Traditional Chinese Type 1 fonts made by Tsong-Min Wu, Tsong-Huey Wu and Edward G.J. Lee.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/cwtexfangsong.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'cwTeXFangSong', serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  73. Noto Sans Balinese (Balinese)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Balinese family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansbalinese.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Balinese', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  74. Noto Kufi Arabic (Arabic)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes ”tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 30 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Kufi Arabic family. It has Regular and Bold styles and is hinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see code.google.com/p/noto/

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notokufiarabic.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Kufi Arabic', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  75. Nanum Brush Script (Korean)

    The Nanum fonts (Korean : 나눔글꼴) are unicode fonts designed especially for the Korean-language script, designed by Sandoll Communications (Korean : 산돌 커뮤니케이션) and Fontrix (Korean : 폰트릭스). The publisher is Naver. Nanum Brush Script is a contemporary brush script with a warm touch and is expertly hinted for screen use.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/nanumbrushscript.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Nanum Brush Script', cursive;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  76. Noto Sans Cham (Cham)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Cham family. It has regular and bold styles and is hinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanscham.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Cham', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  77. Myanmar Sans Pro (Myanmar)

    Myanmar Sans Pro is an initial style for a type family that harmonizes with Adobe's Source Sans Pro family. It is a sans serif typeface intended to work well in user interfaces, and also in long form documents in headings and in body text.

    Please note that the font is Unicode encoded, so requires Unicode encoded text to work correctly. Also, it will only work on platforms with Myanmar OpenType support - those that use harfbuzz, and Window 8 - which does not include earlier Windows and Apple systems.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/myanmarsanspro.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Myanmar Sans Pro', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  78. Noto Sans Batak (Batak)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Batak family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansbatak.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Batak', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  79. Noto Sans Phoenician (Phoenician)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Phoenician family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansphoenician.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Phoenician', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  80. Droid Sans Tamil (Tamil)

    Droid Sans Tamil is a traditional low contrast Tamil typeface intended to harmonize with the Latin sans serif typeface family Droid Sans.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/droidsanstamil.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Droid Sans Tamil', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  81. Noto Sans Kayah Li (Kayah Li)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Kayah Li family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanskayahli.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Kayah Li', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  82. Noto Sans Rejang (Rejang)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Rejang family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansrejang.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Rejang', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  83. Noto Sans Sinhala (Sinhala)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 30 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Sans Sinhala family. It has Regular and Bold styles and is hinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see code.google.com/p/noto/

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanssinhala.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Sinhala', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  84. Noto Sans Lepcha (Lepcha)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Lepcha family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanslepcha.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Lepcha', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  85. Noto Serif Khmer (Khmer)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 30 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Serif Khmer family. It has Regular and Bold styles and is hinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see code.google.com/p/noto/

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notoserifkhmer.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Serif Khmer', serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  86. Noto Sans TC (Chinese Traditional)

    Noto is a font family that aims to support all languages in the world. This is the Sans Traditional Chinese family. It has Thin, Light, Regular, Medium, Bold and Black styles. For more information about Noto, go to google.com/get/noto

    Noto Sans TC has been subsetted to the most frequent 7,800 Chinese characters in Traditional Chinese documents. 223 characters are added to cover all the characters in Taiwan's CNS 11643 P1 and 常用國字標準字體表 as well as Hong Kong's 常用字字形表 and IRG HB0 and HB1. In addition to Hanzi, Bopomofo, CJK Radicals, ASCII, punctuation marks and full-width characters are included. The full version can be downloaded in the link below. For more details, see Noto CJK Help.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanstc.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans TC', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  87. Noto Sans Kufi Arabic (Arabic)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 30 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Sans Kufi Arabic family. It has Regular and Bold styles and is hinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see code.google.com/p/noto/

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanskufiarabic.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Kufi Arabic', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  88. Noto Sans KR (Korean)

    Noto is a font family that aims to support all languages in the world. This is the Sans Korean family. It has Thin, Light, Regular, Medium, Bold and Black styles. For more information about Noto, go to google.com/get/noto

    Noto Sans KR has been subsetted to cover the full repertoire of modern Hangul syllables (11,172) and most of symbols in KS X 1001. It also has the full support for Old Hangul with Unicode Hangul Conjoining Jamos and Opentype features. It does not have any Hanjas (Chinese characters) and Greek/Cyrillic letters. The full version can be downloaded in the link below. For more details, see Noto CJK Help.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanskr.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans KR', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  89. Noto Sans Egyptian Hieroglyphs (Egyptian Hieroglyphs)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Egyptian Hieroglyphs family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansegyptianhieroglyphs.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Egyptian Hieroglyphs', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  90. Noto Sans Bamum (Bamum)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Bamum family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansbamum.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Bamum', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  91. Noto Sans Lycian (Lycian)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Lycian family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanslycian.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Lycian', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  92. Noto Sans Syloti Nagri (Syloti Nagri)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Syloti Nagri family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanssylotinagri.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Syloti Nagri', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  93. Noto Sans Tai Le (Tai Le)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Tai Le family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanstaile.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Tai Le', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  94. Noto Sans Gujarati (Gujarati)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 30 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Sans Gujarati family. It has Regular and Bold styles and is hinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see code.google.com/p/noto/

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansgujarati.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Gujarati', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  95. Noto Sans Myanmar (Myanmar)

    Noto is a font family that aims to support all languages in the world. This is the Noto Sans Myanmar family. It has regular and bold styles and is hinted. For more information about Noto, go to google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansmyanmar.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Myanmar', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  96. Lohit Devanagari (Devanagari)

    The Lohit Devanagari font is from the Fedora Project.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/lohitdevanagari.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Lohit Devanagari', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  97. Noto Sans Avestan (Avestan)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Avestan family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansavestan.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Avestan', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  98. Noto Sans Gurmukhi (Gurmukhi)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 30 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Sans Gurmukhi family. It has Regular and Bold styles and is hinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see code.google.com/p/noto/

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansgurmukhi.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Gurmukhi', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  99. Noto Sans Kharoshthi (Kharoshthi)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Kharoshthi family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanskharoshthi.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Kharoshthi', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  100. Noto Sans Ugaritic (Ugaritic)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Ugaritic family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansugaritic.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Ugaritic', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  101. Open Sans Hebrew (Hebrew)

    Open Sans Hebrew was designed by Yanek Iontef as an extension of the a Latin humanist sans serif typeface designed by Steve Matteson. Open Sans has an upright stress, open forms and a neutral, yet friendly appearance. It was optimized for print, web, and mobile interfaces, and has excellent legibility characteristics in its letterforms.

    This is the normal width family. It has Regular, Bold, Light and ExtraBold weights in upright and slanted styles, and is unhinted. There is also a condensed width family.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/opensanshebrew.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Open Sans Hebrew', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  102. Lohit Tamil (Tamil)

    The Lohit Tamil font is from the Fedora Project.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/lohittamil.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Lohit Tamil', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  103. Noto Sans Mandaic (Mandaic)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Mandaic family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansmandaic.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Mandaic', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  104. Noto Sans Old Persian (Old Persian)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Old Persian family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansoldpersian.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Old Persian', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  105. NATS (Telugu)

    NATS is a Telugu font, made available by Silicon Andhra under the SIL Open Font License v1.1.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/nats.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'NATS', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  106. Noto Sans Old South Arabian (Old South Arabian)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Old South Arabian family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansoldsoutharabian.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Old South Arabian', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  107. Noto Sans Armenian (Armenian)

    When text is rendered by a program, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the program. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    The Noto font families will support all characters in Unicode, and this is the Sans Armenian family. It has Regular and Bold styles and is hinted, so it will render well on older computers.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. The Noto project homepage is code.google.com/p/noto/

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansarmenian.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Armenian', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  108. Noto Sans Malayalam (Malayalam)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 30 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Sans Malayalam family. It has Regular and Bold styles and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see code.google.com/p/noto/

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansmalayalam.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Malayalam', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  109. Noto Sans Cherokee (Cherokee)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 30 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Sans Cherokee family. It has a Regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see code.google.com/p/noto/wiki/FontList

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanscherokee.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Cherokee', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  110. Noto Sans Vai (Vai)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Vai family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansvai.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Vai', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  111. Noto Sans Hanunoo (Hanunoo)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Hanunoo family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanshanunoo.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Hanunoo', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  112. Noto Sans Khmer UI (Khmer)

    Noto is a font family that aims to support all languages in the world. This is the Noto Sans Khmer UI family. It has regular and bold styles and is hinted. For more information about Noto, go to google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanskhmerui.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Khmer UI', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  113. Noto Sans Lao UI (Lao)

    When text is rendered by a program, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the program. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    The Noto font families will support all characters in Unicode, and this is the Sans Lao UI family. The design of Noto UI fonts are adjusted to be more vertically compact, a refinement made for user interface typography; you may wish to compare them with the normal Noto Sans Lao fonts. It has Regular and Bold styles and is hinted, so it will render well on older computers.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. The Noto project homepage is www.google.com/get/noto/

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanslaoui.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Lao UI', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  114. cwTeXMing (Chinese Traditional)

    cwTeXMing font (Chinese: 明體) is derived from the cwTeX Traditional Chinese Type 1 fonts made by Tsong-Min Wu, Tsong-Huey Wu and Edward G.J. Lee.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/cwtexming.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'cwTeXMing', serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  115. Droid Sans Thai (Thai)

    Droid Sans Thai is a traditional low contrast Thai typeface intended to harmonize with sans serif typeface families like Droid Sans.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/droidsansthai.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Droid Sans Thai', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  116. Lao Sans Pro (Lao)

    A sans serif Lao typeface by Danh Hong, intended to work well in user interfaces and as body text in documents. The metrics are harmonized with Adobe's Source Sans Pro.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/laosanspro.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Lao Sans Pro', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  117. Sawarabi Gothic (Japanese)

    Sawarabi Gothic (さわらびゴシック) is a Japanese font by mshio. Carefully designed for high legibility, it works well in small text sizes. It already has many hiragana, katakana, ruled lines, and so on, but it does not yet have enough kanji glyphs. Only 4,469 kanji are available in this version, and the project is under active development. There is also another related family, Sawarabi Mincho.

    6,945 glyphs. Now released under the SIL Open Font License.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/sawarabigothic.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Sawarabi Gothic', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  118. Hanna (Korean)

    Woowa Brothers, a company dedicated to contributing to the world’s graceful progress by utilizing information technology, has created the ‘Hanna’ font for everyone to use. Hanna reflects Woowa Brothers’ kitsch and retro identity; it is reminiscent of our childhood memories of trying to draw something really nice, yet our drawing turns out to be a little rough and half-baked. Hanna is just like that kid’s drawing, and will bring you back to the time when you were little. Enjoy and share!

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/hanna.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Hanna', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  119. Kokoro (Japanese)

    Kokoro Mincho (こころ明朝), from typingart, has the subtle touch of handwriting. With long and low-contrast strokes, round terminals, and wide spacing, it has a gentle and calm appearence.

    231 glyphs. The upstream project includes Kanji, Latin and other glyphs from the IPA fonts, which are removed from this font. Now released under the SIL Open Font License.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/kokoro.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Kokoro', serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  120. Noto Sans Devanagari UI (Devanagari)

    When text is rendered by a program, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the program. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    The Noto font families will support all characters in Unicode, and this is the Sans Devanagari UI family. The design of Noto UI fonts are adjusted to be more vertically compact, a refinement made for user interface typography; you may wish to compare them with the normal Noto Sans Devanagari fonts. It has Regular and Bold styles and is hinted, so it will render well on older computers.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. The Noto project homepage is code.google.com/p/noto/

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansdevanagariui.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Devanagari UI', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  121. Noto Sans Telugu UI (Telugu)

    Noto is a font family that aims to support all languages in the world. This is the Noto Sans Telugu UI family. It has regular and bold styles and is hinted. For more information about Noto, go to google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansteluguui.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Telugu UI', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  122. Sawarabi Mincho (Japanese)

    Sawarabi Mincho (さわらび明朝) is a Japanese font by mshio. With a delicate and beautiful design, it is suitable for text and headline usage. It already has many hiragana, katakana, ruled lines, and so on, but it does not yet have enough kanji glyphs. Only 2,250 kanji are available in this version, and the project is under active development. There is also another related family, Sawarabi Gothic.

    3,589 glyphs. Now released under the SIL Open Font License.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/sawarabimincho.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Sawarabi Mincho', serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  123. Open Sans Hebrew Condensed (Hebrew)

    Open Sans Hebrew was designed by Yanek Iontef as an extension of the a Latin humanist sans serif typeface designed by Steve Matteson. Open Sans has an upright stress, open forms and a neutral, yet friendly appearance. It was optimized for print, web, and mobile interfaces, and has excellent legibility characteristics in its letterforms.

    This is the condensed width family. It has Regular, Bold, Light and ExtraBold weights in upright and slanted styles, and is unhinted. There is also a normal width family.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/opensanshebrewcondensed.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Open Sans Hebrew Condensed', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  124. Noto Sans Phags Pa (Phags-pa)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Phags Pa family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansphagspa.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Phags Pa', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  125. Dhyana (Lao)

    Dhyana is a new Laos typeface designed by Vern Adams.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/dhyana.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Dhyana', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  126. Noto Sans Canadian Aboriginal (Canadian Aboriginal)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Canadian Aboriginal family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanscanadianaboriginal.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Canadian Aboriginal', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  127. Noto Sans Mongolian (Mongolian)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Mongolian family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansmongolian.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Mongolian', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  128. cwTeXHei (Chinese-traditional)

    cwTeXHei font (Chinese: 黑體) is derived from the cwTeX Traditional Chinese Type 1 fonts made by Tsong-Min Wu, Tsong-Huey Wu and Edward G.J. Lee.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/cwtexhei.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'cwTeXHei', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  129. Noto Sans Kaithi (Kaithi)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Kaithi family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanskaithi.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Kaithi', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  130. Noto Serif Armenian (Armenian)

    When text is rendered by a program, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the program. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    The Noto font families will support all characters in Unicode, and this is the Serif Armenian family. It has Regular and Bold styles and is hinted, so it will render well on older computers.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. The Noto project homepage is code.google.com/p/noto/

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notoserifarmenian.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Serif Armenian', serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  131. Nanum Gothic (Korean)

    The Nanum fonts (Korean : 나눔글꼴) are unicode fonts designed especially for the Korean-language script, designed by Sandoll Communications (Korean : 산돌 커뮤니케이션) and Fontrix (Korean : 폰트릭스). The publisher is Naver. Nanum Gothic is a contemporary sans-serif with a warm touch and is expertly hinted for screen use.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/nanumgothic.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Nanum Gothic', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  132. Noto Sans Georgian (Georgian)

    When text is rendered by a program, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the program. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    The Noto font families will support all characters in Unicode, and this is the Sans Georgian family. It has Regular and Bold styles and is hinted, so it will render well on older computers.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. The Noto project homepage is code.google.com/p/noto/

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansgeorgian.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Georgian', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  133. Alef Hebrew (Hebrew)

    Alef is an open source multiscript webfont that supports both Latin and Hebrew. Alef was born in the screen and designed to the pixel in an attempt to extend the palette of Hebrew fonts available for web design and especially to challenge the only default - "Arial".

    This family is now available as "Alef" in the full Google Fonts API

    SIL Open Font License, 1.1
  134. Noto Sans Tibetan (Tibetan)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Tibetan family. It has regular style and is hinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanstibetan.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Tibetan', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  135. Noto Serif Thai (Thai)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 30 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Serif Thai family. It has Regular and Bold styles and is hinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see code.google.com/p/noto/

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notoserifthai.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Serif Thai', serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  136. Nanum Myeongjo (Korean)

    The Nanum fonts (Korean : 나눔글꼴) are unicode fonts designed especially for the Korean-language script, designed by Sandoll Communications (Korean : 산돌 커뮤니케이션) and Fontrix (Korean : 폰트릭스). The publisher is Naver. Nanum Gothic is a contemporary sans-serif with a warm touch and is expertly hinted for screen use.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/nanummyeongjo.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Nanum Myeongjo', serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  137. Noto Sans Saurashtra (Saurashtra)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Saurashtra family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanssaurashtra.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Saurashtra', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  138. Noto Sans Lisu (Lisu)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Lisu family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanslisu.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Lisu', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  139. Noto Sans Syriac Eastern (Syriac Eastern)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Syriac Eastern family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanssyriaceastern.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Syriac Eastern', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  140. Noto Sans Thai (Thai)

    When text is rendered by a program, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the program. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    The Noto font families will support all characters in Unicode, and this is the Sans Thai family. It has Regular and Bold styles and is hinted, so it will render well on older computers.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. The Noto project homepage is code.google.com/p/noto/

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansthai.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Thai', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  141. Noto Sans SC (Chinese Simplified)

    Noto is a font family that aims to support all languages in the world. This is the Sans Simplified Chinese family. It has Thin, Light, Regular, Medium, Bold and Black styles. For more information about Noto, go to google.com/get/noto

    Noto Sans SC has been subsetted to cover all the Chinese characters listed in China’s 通用规范汉字表 (Tōngyòng Guīfàn Hànzìbiǎo) along with the ASCII, additional Latin letters for Pinyin, punctuation marks and full-width characters used in Chinese. The full version can be downloaded in the link below. For more details, see Noto CJK Help.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanssc.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans SC', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  142. Noto Sans Bengali UI (Bengali)

    Noto is a font family that aims to support all languages in the world. This is the Noto Sans Bengali UI family. It has regular and bold styles and is hinted. For more information about Noto, go to google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansbengaliui.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Bengali UI', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  143. Noto Sans Buhid (Buhid)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Buhid family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansbuhid.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Buhid', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  144. Droid Arabic Kufi (Arabic)

    Droid Arabic Kufi is an Arabic type designed for use in Google™ products such as Google ChromeOS™ and Android™. Designed to complement the Latin, Greek and Cyrillic provided in the Droid Sans family, the Arabic matches the color, alignment and design detail of the Droid Sans allowing them to be used together for multi-lingual typesetting. This Kufi style is optimized for reading Arabic script on screen. The large ‘loop height’ and ‘tooth height’ help prevent readers from having to zoom web pages to a larger size in order to read them. The traditional Kufi forms are softened for less formal documents such as periodicals and journals. The letterforms structures are based on the calligraphic grammatical rules of the Kufi writing style while drawn with a contemporary feel.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/droidarabickufi.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Droid Arabic Kufi', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  145. Jeju Hallasan (Korean)

    Jeju Hallasan was designed to represent the beauty of Jeju Island, the UNESCO world natural heritage site. It shows Jeju's special geographic characteristics, basaltic rocks and volcanic islands.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/jejuhallasan.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Jeju Hallasan', cursive;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  146. Noto Sans Buginese (Buginese)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Buginese family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansbuginese.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Buginese', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  147. Noto Sans Coptic (Coptic)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Coptic family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanscoptic.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Coptic', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  148. Noto Sans JP (Japanese)

    Noto is a font family that aims to support all languages in the world. This is the Sans Japanese family. It has Thin, Light, Demi Light, Regular, Medium, Bold and Black styles and is hinted. For more information about Noto, go to google.com/get/noto

    Note: Noto Sans JP has been subsetted to 6,992 characters and contains most of the characters defined by JIS X 0208 and some additional characters from Shift_JIS. The set includes 6,390 Kanji as well as 602 non Kanji characters such as Hiragana, Katakana (including half-width variants), ASCII and full-width and punctuations.

    Note: Due to browser's poor handling of non X00 weights, the DemiLight weight of Noto Sans JP has been removed.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansjp.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans JP', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  149. Noto Sans Syriac Western (Syriac Western)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Syriac Western family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanssyriacwestern.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Syriac Western', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  150. Noto Sans Lydian (Lydian)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Lydian family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanslydian.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Lydian', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  151. Souliyo (Lao)

    Souliyo is a Unicode Font for Lao, designed by Souliyo Vongdala, with OpenType engineering support from Danh Hong.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/souliyo.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Souliyo', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  152. Tharlon (Myanmar)

    TharLon is an authentic Myanmar typeface which covers several languages, such as Myanmar, Mon, Shan, Karen, Pa'o, Asho Chin, Kayah and Karenni, for use on the web and in all other digital typography software. The name TharLon was the name of the King who standardized the units of measurement during the ancient Burmese Kingdom Era.

    The TharLon font is designed by Ngwe Tun, and distributed under the SIL Open Font License with the Reserved Font Name 'TharLon.' The Tharlon font is a Myanmar Unicode font, and it works well on GNU+Linux, Windows, iOS and Mac OS X. It builds on Sai Zin Di Di Zone's Yunghkio, and Arimo.

    Read more about the project at www.tharlon.org.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/tharlon.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Tharlon', sans-serif;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  153. Noto Sans Cuneiform (Cuneiform)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Cuneiform family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanscuneiform.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Cuneiform', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  154. Nanum Gothic Coding (Korean)

    The Nanum fonts (Korean : 나눔글꼴) are unicode fonts designed especially for the Korean-language script, designed by Sandoll Communications (Korean : 산돌 커뮤니케이션) and Fontrix (Korean : 폰트릭스). The publisher is Naver. Nanum Gothic Coding is a contemporary monospaced sans-serif with a warm touch and is expertly hinted for screen use.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/nanumgothiccoding.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Nanum Gothic Coding', monospace;
    
    SIL Open Font License, 1.1 | Download
  155. Noto Serif Lao (Lao)

    When text is rendered by a program, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the program. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    The Noto font families will support all characters in Unicode, and this is the Serif Lao family. It has Regular and Bold styles and is hinted, so it will render well on older computers.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. The Noto project homepage is code.google.com/p/noto/

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notoseriflao.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Serif Lao', serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  156. Noto Sans Hebrew (Hebrew)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Sans Hebrew family. It has Regular and Bold styles and is hinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto<

    Updated in June 2015 to latest version.

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanshebrew.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Hebrew', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  157. Noto Sans Limbu (Limbu)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Limbu family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanslimbu.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Limbu', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  158. Noto Sans Syriac Estrangela (Syriac Estrangela)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Syriac Estrangela family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosanssyriacestrangela.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Syriac Estrangela', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  159. Noto Naskh Arabic UI (Arabic)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Naskh Arabic UI family. It has regular and bold styles and is hinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notonaskharabicui.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Naskh Arabic UI', serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download
  160. Noto Sans Ogham (Ogham)

    When text is rendered by a computer, sometimes there will be characters in the text that can not be displayed, because no font that supports them is available to the computer. When this occurs, small boxes are shown to represent the characters. We call those small boxes “tofu,” and we want to remove tofu from the Web. This is how the Noto font families got their name.

    Noto helps to make the web more beautiful across platforms for all languages. Currently, Noto covers over 90 scripts, and will cover all of Unicode in the future. This is the Noto Sans Ogham family. It has regular style and is unhinted.

    Noto fonts are intended to be visually harmonious across multiple languages, with compatible heights and stroke thicknesses. For the currently released Noto fonts see google.com/get/noto

    Link

    @import url(http://fonts.googleapis.com/earlyaccess/notosansogham.css);
    

    Example

    font-family: 'Noto Sans Ogham', sans-serif;
    
    Apache License, version 2.0 | Download

Using these fonts

Please use these Early Access fonts and discuss what could be improved in the Google Fonts Early Access Discussions forum.

Graduated Fonts

The following fonts have graduated from this page to be included in the Google Fonts Directory

arabic

  1. Amiri
  2. Lateef
  3. Scheherazade

myanmar

  1. Padauk

telugu

  1. Dhurjati
  2. Gidugu
  3. Gurajada
  4. Lakki Reddy
  5. Mallanna
  6. Mandali
  7. NTR
  8. Peddana
  9. Ramabhadra
  10. Ravi Prakash
  11. Sree Krushnadevaraya
  12. Suranna
  13. Suravaram
  14. Tenali Ramakrishna

As the fonts have graduated, we would recommend you use the corresponding Google Fonts link for each.