Google announces Literata, its new e-book typeface

Google has announced a new typeface for Google Books: Literata. Replacing Droid Serif as the default typeface for e-books via Google Books, Google says Literata is “perfect for long reads on all devices”. Created in conjunction with TypeFace, Google began work on Literata in April 2014. The goal was a “new book typeface was needed that would provide an outstanding reading experience on a whole range of devices and high resolution screens running different rendering technologies”. Introducing Google Play Books’ new font, Literata. Perfect for long reads on all devices. — Google Play (@GooglePlay) May 18, 2015 Literata…

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