Load and Access Custom Fonts in iOS App

In this post, I will describe load & access custom fonts in iOS App

Next, add a property in the project plist named UIAppFonts, which is an array containing the names of each font you would like to make available in the application – if you are using the Property List Editor in Xcode, select Fonts provided by application from the dropdown list. Add an entry for each font:

The property list below is the text version of the plist file, here you can see the key UIAppFonts, the array and each of the two font entries:

To access the fonts within an application, call the method fontWithName in the UIFont class, include the font size as well:

The output of the above looks as follows in the simulator:

To get a list of all the available font family names in your app, add this to your code:

Following code for check how much font supported into ios.


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