Android 4.0 Sans Serif Fonts
The Android design language relies on traditional typographic tools such as scale, space, rhythm, and alignment with an underlying grid. Successful deployment of these tools is essential to help users quickly understand a screen of information.
To support such use of typography, Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) introduced a new type family named Roboto, created specifically for the requirements of UI and high-resolution screens.
Designer: Christian Robertson
- Sources inherited from project SUSE:SLE-15:GA
- Download package
osc -A https://api.opensuse.org checkout SUSE:SLE-15-SP3:GA/google-roboto-fonts && cd $_
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|google-roboto-fonts.spec||0000002737 2.67 KB||over 6 years|
|google-roboto-slab.metainfo.xml||0000000188 188 Bytes||over 6 years|
|google-roboto.metainfo.xml||0000000576 576 Bytes||over 6 years|
|roboto-doc-20160623.tar.bz2||0001613686 1.54 MB||over 6 years|
|roboto-unhinted.zip||0003961090 3.78 MB||over 6 years|
|robotoslab-fonts-20130925.tar.bz2||0000191136 187 KB||over 9 years|