About The Font
TikTok is a video-sharing social networking service owned by Chinese company ByteDance Initially released in September 2016. It is known in China as Douyin. The web-based media stage is utilized to make an assortment of short-structure recordings, from types like dance, parody, and instruction, that have a span from fifteen seconds to one moment. TikTok is now popular and widely used in many countries around the world.
TikTok’s lettering logo is very attractive that is why people are more interested in its logo font. After a week of research by our team, we chose two fonts as its logo fonts, one is Montserrat Extra Bold and the other is Futura Maxi Bold.
Let’s start with Montserrat Extra Bold. It is a font of the Montserrat family that was jointly designed by Julieta Ulanovsky, Sol Matas, Juan Pablo del Peral, and Jacques Le Bailly. Montserrat is a google font. This font last updated in November 2017 and redrawn by Jacques Le Bailly. It is a unique and elegant font. And we think this font has been used in TikTok’s logo. So we can also call this font TikTok font.
The second font in our study is Futura Maxi Bold. We think this font has also been used in TikTok’s logo. Futura Maxi Bold is a font of Futura family which a geometric sans-serif typeface designed by German type designer Paul Renner. Futura released in 1927. We think this font is also used in TikTok’s logo so it can also be called TokToK font.
We have given you the opportunity to download these two fonts for free. Just hit the Download TikTok Font button below.
The fonts we offer you to download for free are only for personal work. If you want to use these fonts for commercial purposes, you need to purchase a license.
|Style||Sans Serif Font.|
|File Format||OTF, TTF|
|Font Licence||Free for Personal use.|
Similar to TikTok Font
- Harmonia Sans.
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