Open Sans Font Free Download

Open Sans Font Free Download

Here is a new ultra-modern Sans-serif typeface that is known as Open Sans Font. This excellent typeface came into being in 2011 by a notable typefaces designer Steve Matteson. He is also known for being the only designer who has extensively worked on the operating system. He started his design career with the notable typefaces foundry called Monotype and became very famous in the design field.

This typeface has been inspired by the Droid Sans typeface, a font family that was immersively used in small-size texts, and this is also designed by the same designer. In addition, this typeface is also designed to be used on Android Mobile Phones but is designed based on the wide texts

It contains many different versions and different characters are included in every version that can make the text eligible and clear when using it with the foundation sans font.

Who Used Open Sans Font?

This font is also used for many purposes like Web pages, Advertisements, and printing purposes. This font has also been used by many notable Corporations and Companies for their websites, product packaging, and branding projects. If you don’t want to download this typeface then you can also generate this font via a font generator tool that converts or transform your simple text into your given texture.

The typeface also has great stylish characters that can use for your text attractiveness. Besides, you can create attractive store/shop names, reports, bills, and documentation with the use of this font. For making something really cool, please try the prodigy sans font for your valuable design project.

Open Sans Font Family Appearance

Open Sans Font

Details in Table

NameOpen Sans Font
DesignerSteve Matteson
File FormatOTF, TTF
LicenseFree For Personal Use

Font License Guide

If you have an adobe account then you can freely use this font in all your personal and commercial projects. If you don’t then you can use this free version in your personal project and not in commercial projects. You should pay a small amount for its paid version.

Alternatives of Open Sans Font

  • CothamSans Font
  • Khula Regular Font
  • Urdu Nastaliq Unicode Font
  • Raleway Font
  • Oxygen Regular Font
  • Roboto Font
  • Lato Font
  • Khula Font

Family of Open Sans Font

  • Open Sans Regular
  • Open Sans Italic
  • Open Sans Light
  • Open Sans Light Italic
  • Open Sans SemiBold
  • Open Sans SemiBold Italic
  • Open Sans Bold
  • Open Sans Bold Italic
  • Open Sans ExtraBold
  • Open Sans ExtraBold Italic
  • Open Sans Light Regular
  • Open Sans Light Regular font
  • Open Sans Condensed Bold

Open Sans Font Free Download

If you are looking for a free version that can use only in your personal tasks then click on the below download link to get it on your operating systems. For commercial uses, you must to but its paid version.

Supported Languages

Corsican, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch,  Fijian, Finnish, English, Esperanto, Estonian, Faroese, Navajo, Navaho, Norwegian Bokmål, Afrikaans, Latin, Luganda, Lingala, Lithuanian, Turkish, Tahitian, Venda, Vietnamese, Walloon, Somali, Spanish, Swati, Albanian, Aymara, Basque, Norwegian Nynorsk, Polish, Romanian, Bislama, Breton, Catalan; Valencian, Marshallese, Ndonga, Moldavian, Chamorro, French, Galician, German, Guaraní, Interlingua, Indonesian, Irish, Igbo, Hausa, Hungarian, Ido, Icelandic, Italian, Javanese, Kanuri, Kurdish, Swedish, Tagalog, Welsh, Wolof, Western Frisian, Xhosa, Yoruba Latvian, Maltese, Moldovan, Scottish Gaelic; Gaelic, Slovak, Slovene, Tonga (Tonga Islands).

FAQs About This Font!

Is Open Sans a free font?

Yes, you can use this typeface in your all personal and commercial projects with your Adobe account. As you are using any other font in your Adobe font library.

How Do I Get Open Sans font?

You can easily get this font from here. Just go to our download section of this website and get the font free of cost in your all operating systems.

Is Open Sans a Google font?

Yes, It can also be included in the google font store. This is a good option for app and website designs.

Is Open Sans easy to read?

This is a clear sans-serif typeface that was designed by a great typefaces designer Steve Matteson. It is very easy to read and use by designers and users also.

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