The Best Fonts for MIUI Devices
If you’re looking for the best fonts to use on your MIUI devices, Xiaomi makes it super easy. All you have to do is download the font you desire, save it in your directory, and reboot your device. The only tough part is deciding which fonts you like the most.
This article will review some of the best fonts for your MIUI devices from the most trusted websites.
Google Fonts is all about professionalism. And Della Respira is a great style. Though there isn’t a lot of variety, the clean text and square edges make it easy on the eye. Hipsters will really enjoy Loved by the King. It’s still sharp enough to make for easy reading, but the shaky, handwritten look will tell the world you do your own thing. Youngsters will love Rubik Iso for its jarring and funky look. Perfect for the young, or young at heart, who want to discover a style of their own. It’s also hard to look past Roboto Slab, an easy-to-read serif-style font.
- Guaranteed free fonts
- 28 different languages offered
- Convenient preview of multiple fonts at one time
- Not many fun fonts
- Not user friendly
Font Squirrel is a hipster’s paradise. It offers a variety of usable, adult-fun fonts. Under the Retro section one can find UpperEastSide, a clean, almost marquee-looking font that says you’re about high-end living. Lovers Quarrel will show your love for cursive. With its elegant and funky embellishments, it’s sure to please the eye. Kitten Swash Black is a font kids of all ages will enjoy. If you want something with an action movie feel, you can’t go wrong with anything from the Stencil area, namely Octin Prison or Know Your Product.
- Clearly marked sections of font families
- Font identifier
- Ability to upload fonts of your own design
- Not all fonts are guaranteed to be free
- Intrusive ads that can cause the site to glitch
Da Font is a fun place with a wide variety of fonts. Stainger is likely the hippest of the professional scripts. Clean and easy to read, it’s not quite uniform look will please freer spirits. And what says hip more than pop culture references? And what TV show’s script is cooler than American Horror Story? Even if you’ve never seen the show, or didn’t like it, the way the letters are presented is sure to grab attention and set you apart from the pack. Are you a fan of horror? If so, Ghastly Panic is just what you’re looking for. While completely readable, it’s just disturbing enough to give people a shock when they see it. A font like Lightning Strike is a little less practical. However, it’s great for public browsing since it’s not as easy for others to read.
- Tools and tutorials available for uploading
- Many pop culture styles on offer
- Translator for “dingbat” scripts
- Confusing layout
Font Space is one of the oldest, but it’s still popular, nonetheless. In terms of offerings, Swansea is great for business hours. Clear, sharp, no frills. Looking for something that looks fancy, but is still easy on the eye? Magic Saturday is just what you need. The faux-cursive style is elegant without going overboard. For a true cursive text, Finger Script is likely the best you’ll find. If you’re looking for something fun on the weekends, Mercy Christole has all the jazz you could want.
- Great range of tools
- Free fonts easy to identify
- No clear organization
- Lack of variety
Font Bundle is arguably the most professional of the bunch. While the site features paid options, the following fonts are all free to use. For the professional-minded I would suggest Sportive. A modern, sleek sans-serif font that’s suitable for all projects. If you want something less rigid, I would go with Camellio. Mama Papa is another favorite that showcases youthful flair. But if you want variety, and are willing to pay for it, The Big Bundle of Fantastic Fonts is ideal. It offers ten different fonts for a sale price.
- Easy to use, professional site
- Offers more than just fonts
- Paid site
1001 Free Fonts
Despite the name, 1001 fonts offer far more fonts than 1,001. Monterey is great for a work phone or the professionally minded. Under their decorative section, you’ll find Going to do Great Things, a fun script with a handwritten look. There are over 300 pages of comic book types, with the best option being From Cartoon Blocks. Urban Jungle is another fun font for those who desire a bit of edginess.
- Free-to-use fonts clearly marked
- Large variety
- Easy to browse
- Not all the fonts are free
- Slow site
Fontzone.net boosts over 50,000 free fonts. A_Noter may be in the Standard Section, but you’ll agree it’s anything but standard. Stylish, readable, and perfect for use anywhere. Benjaps is for those who enjoy anime, manga, or sci-fi. It’s mechanical look and sharp edges reminds users of the universe around us. You may look at Basicdots and think why? But for a special few this will become their favorite just because of the irony. On the right screen, BalloonShadow is sure to please. Found in the 3D area, it pops off the screen in a manner that doesn’t strain the eyes.
- Guaranteed free fonts
- Superb selection of readable fonts
- Ability to donate to creators
- Intruding ads
- Mostly pointless Forum
Fontfabric is another professional site that does have a free section. Phenomena has clear type and rounded look will make reading on your device much easier. Sunday is Phenomena’s funky little sister. The same round text, with the right touch of flair. Sprite Graffiti looks like someone could’ve spraypainted text in your phone. For those into the hip-hop scene, this is what you want. And if you’re willing to pay, Braxton Book is the way to go. Alternatively, you can get the whole font family at half the price.
- Easy to use
- List of accessible languages
- Many deals
- Paid plans pricey
Envato Elements is yet another professional site. Carino is a fresh font that will inspire you to read and write. On the right phone, Rachelya is the way to go. With flair, elegance, and multilingual support, you just can’t go wrong. Looking for something a little more fun? Well, Maesies is just the ticket. The font looks like its name sounds: maze-y, a truly unique experience. Maybe you’re just not concerned about practicality, and want a script that looks better than the next persons. If that sounds like you, Rafailla is what you’ve been waiting for. The doctor-style scribbling screams high-class sophistication.
- Unique fonts
- Multilingual support for most fonts
- No free section
- No dingbats, if you like that sort of thing
So, What Are You Waiting For?
If you’re looking to give your device a fresh look, there are many fonts to choose from. Better still, many options are free to download. Thanks to Xiaomi’s easy to customize devices, all you need to do is save the file in your directory, and the next time your phone restarts the font will activate.
Have you ever changed the font for your MIUI device? If so, did you choose a font featured in this article or discover something better? Let us know in the comments section below.