About The Font
Arial Font is a sans-serif typeface created by Monotype Imaging, Inc. It was designed by two highly acclaimed designers, Robin Nicholas and Patricia Saunders, and released in 1982. It was designed to be a more humane alternative to the harsh appearance of typographical designs from the past. The letters are simple and clean and come in italic and bold styles. Arial has an easy-to-read yet modern design suitable for all text types.
The Arial font was originally intended as a similar typeface to Helvetica font, another popular Sans-serif typeface. Instead of purchasing Helvetica’s license, the Arial font was metrically matched with it. It has more open forms than Helvetica does. It is an elegant nineteenth-century font that you can use for various purposes.
With 38 individual styles, it has 144 language support capabilities (please note that not all languages are available for all formats). Another significant thing is that the styling of Arabic glyphs in this font comes from Times New Roman. Many fonts, such as Adagio Sans, Calibri, and Cartogothic, look like Arial font. Arial is not difficult to read, though it’s less aesthetically pleasing than other fonts.
The Arial font is a well-known and widely used font. It is ideal for official documents due to its user-friendly typeface. It is an extra-wide, lightweight typeface used in many books containing small caps. Aside from its lettering and stylistic reasons, it is also known for its design. When writing in Arial, you want to make sure your text is still legible to your target audience. It is also the most common family name for commonly used fonts.
Its simplicity is both its strength and its weakness. The Arial font is easy to read on screens. However, because the sans-serif typeface has a lower quality, some people find it difficult to tell which letters are on the screen because they look different from each other.
In addition to official work, you can also utilize it for unofficial work. Because of the styles in this font, it is handy for designers. You can create logos, banners, business cards, brochures, presentations, posters, and many more. You can also create websites and games using this font. As a result, this font is straightforward to use in almost all situations.
A free download is available. Download it for free by clicking the font download button below.
|Author||Robin Nicholas and Patricia Saunders|
|Font Licence||Free for personal use.|
If you want to download this font for free, click on the download font button below but remember that it is for personal use only.
Similar to Arial
- Adagio Sans.
- Deja Vu.
- Arial® Light
- Arial® Light Italic
- Arial® Regular
- Arial® Italic
- Arial® Medium
- Arial® Medium Italic
- Arial® Bold
- Arial® Bold Italic
- Arial® Extra Bold
- Arial® Extra Bold Italic
- Arial® Black
- Arial® Black Italic
- Arial® Condensed Light
- Arial® Condensed
- Arial® Condensed Bold
- Arial® Condensed Extra Bold
- Arial® Light
- Arial® Monospaced Regular
- Arial® Monospaced Oblique
- Arial® Monospaced Bold
- Arial® Monospaced Bold Oblique
- Arial® Narrow Regular
- Arial® Narrow Italic
- Arial® Narrow Bold
- Arial® Narrow Bold Italic
- Arial® Narrow Inclined
- Arial® Narrow Bold Inclined
- Arial® Rounded Bold
- Arial® Rounded Light
- Arial® Rounded Regular
- Arial® Rounded Extra Bold
Urdu, Arabic, Spanish, English, Portuguese, Russian, Persian, German, French, Turkish, Italian, Polish, Ukrainian, Uzbek, Kurdish (Latin), Azerbaijani (Latin), Azerbaijani (Cyrillic), Romanian, Dutch, Greek Polytonic, Greek, Hungarian, Kazakh (Latin), Serbian (Latin), Czech, Serbian (Cyrillic), Hebrew, Bulgarian, Swedish, Belarusian (Latin), Belarusian (Cyrillic), Croatian, Slovak, Finnish, Danish, Lithuanian, Latvian, Slovenian, Irish, Estonian, Basque, Icelandic, Luxembourgian, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Vietnamese, and Japanese in Latin, Cyrillic, Greek, Chinese, Arabic, Japanese, Thai, Hebrew, Hangul, Georgian, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Xhosa, Zulu, and other scripts. (Please note that not all languages are available for all formats).
But keep in mind that this free version only applies to personal use. Click here if you want to use it commercially because a license is a must for commercial use.
- What type of font is Arial?
Ans: Papyrus is a Handwritten Script font designed by Chris Costello.
- Is Arial Font safe to download and use in My PC and MAC?
Ans: Yes, It is 100% safe to download for both PC and MAC.
- Is there any font alternative to Arial in Google Fonts?
Ans: Yes, It has. The closest alternative in Google fonts to Arial is Roboto.
- Is it OK to use this on an online platform?
Ans: Yes, you can use the Arial font on the online platform.
- How to install Arial font in Computer?
Ans: Check PC or Mac instructions link to install Arial Font on your computer.