17 of the Best Google Fonts (And How to Use Them in WordPress) –

17 of the Best Google Fonts (And How to Use Them in WordPress)

Are you ready to update your WordPress website, but you’re struggling with the decision which font to choose? There are just so many. How are you supposed to know which are the best Google Fonts to choose for your site? Especially, since the choice of fonts has real-life consequences for the success of your website.

If all else fails, sometimes the best solution is to start with the most popular choices. That’s what we will do here. In this post we will list and discuss the most-used Google Fonts. You will also find a number of tips on how to best incorporate them into your WordPress website.

In the end, we want you to have a better idea about what are some of the most popular fonts out there, why people love them and how they can help your site look better.

Here are 17 of the Most Popular Google Fonts (in 2019)

Alright, in the list below you find examples for some of the most popular fonts the Google library has to offer. You will also learn the number of styles they come in and which other typefaces they go well with.

1. Roboto

Rockin’ Roboto is a star, reveling in being the most popular font with a record number of almost 60 billion uses. It’s most popular in the US but boasts high usage from Japan to Brazil. Roboto was made specifically to be the best of both worlds with strong, clean lines, yet gentle and friendly curves. Google suggests Open Sans, Lato, Montserrat, Raleway, and Oswald as popular pairings for Roboto.

2. Open Sans

Outgoing Open Sans is here for readability. It’s a neutral font, a font that wants to be everyone’s friend with accessibility both on mobile platforms and print. Open Sans likes being liked with almost 30 billion uses in the US, France and Russia. Its popular pairings are Roboto, Lato, Oswald, Raleway, and Montserrat.

3. Lato

Lively Lato is a no-funny-business kind of font with no time for serifs — it has a job to do.

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This article was written by Nick Schäferhoff and originally published on WPKube.

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