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Adobe Typekit

Adobe Typekit

By Adobe
  • #2 Software in Web Fonts
  • Adobe Typekit market share is 12.11% with more than 1426068 companies using this software
  • Datanyze helps you reach more than 27,540,249 contacts that are using Adobe Typekit , including Amazon.com Walmart AT&T

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    Current Websites

    680

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    12.11%

    ABOUT ADOBE TYPEKIT

    Typekit is a subscription service for fonts which you can sync to your computer or use on a website. Instead of licensing individual fonts, you can sign up for the plan that best suits your needs and get a library of fonts from which to choose. Fonts from Typekit can be used to make websites, t-shirts, books, posters, and more.

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    Top Competitors Websites Market Share Vendor
    10,308,511
    87.55%
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    10,779
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    What is Adobe Typekit and what is used for?

    Typekit is a subscription service for fonts which you can sync to your computer or use on a website. Instead of licensing individual fonts, you can sign up for the plan that best suits your needs and get a library of fonts from which to choose. Fonts from Typekit can be used to make websites, t-shirts, books, posters, and more.

    Which software are similar or alternative to Adobe Typekit

    Google Font API is one of the most well-known alternatives to Adobe Typekit

    Who uses Adobe Typekit?

    1426068 companies reportedly use Adobe Typekit in their tech stacks, including Amazon.com, Walmart, AT&T