Amazon’s custom e-reading font Bookerly has come to Kindle for iOS

Google introduced its e-book typeface Literata last week, giving Google Play Books a well-needed spruce up. Now Amazon has dropped a similar gift on users of its Kindle iOS app. The company quietly introduced Bookerly, “a new Kindle exclusive font designed for reading on digital screens,” on Kindle Fire devices late last year and has been rolling it out across its hardware ever since. Bookerly replaces Caecilia as the Kindle app’s new default font. It’s a custom made serif typeface, which definitely looks better at first glance than its predecessor, a slab serif that’s more suited to headlines than serving as body text. Caecilia Bookerly…

This story continues at The Next Web

from The Next Web

3 Kommentare:

My kindle support hat gesagt…

You have provided valuable data for us. It is great and informative for everyone. Keep posting always. I am very thankful to you.Kindle Fire Won't Charge

Anonym hat gesagt…

I want to thank you for this amazing article after that I want to tell you that if anyone needs help related to amazon kindle he or she can visit kindle support

techyworld hat gesagt…

Hii, Thanx for sharing this post, your content is really valuable. I liked reading it so much, please keep sharing this type of post. Techy World

Kommentar veröffentlichen