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DroidPublisher: Typodermic Fonts Inc.
Droid is a screen sans font released by Typodermic Font styles Inc.

Extremely condensed entitling fonts work for circumstances where you want the reader to decrease while loading a great deal of letters into a narrow space. That's precisely what Android is everything about. Droid is what's called a unicase font style. Unicase font styles are sometimes described as bicameral or mixed-case—-- a blend of capital and lowercase kinds, all set to the same height. When Android was developed in 1996, unicase typefaces had simply returned in style. In the late 1960's and early 1970's, there was a lot of unicase type walking around, but it fell out of fashion abruptly. There was a span of about 15 years where unicase font styles were rarely seen. Much like 1960's clothing, unicase typefaces have been through the fashion cycle numerous times that they're no longer topic to seasonal modification. Although Droid was suggested for headlines and logos, it includes basic mathematics signs and fractions. Android supports most European languages and even includes a Cyrillic character set. For a plain, picket fence impact, try setting the spacing actually broad. In OpenType smart applications, you can utilize the stylistic alternates feature to access alternate characters for A, E, I, R, T & & W.

Font Family: Droid Regular

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