One of the best things about a Samsung Galaxy phone is that it isn’t a “one size fits all” experience. The ability to personalise so many different settings and layouts means you can make it just how you want it to be. One example of this is changing the phone’s font.
If you’re not happy with the default choice, you can change it to something that’s easier to read or something that is more of your personal preference. After all, you probably spend hours every day checking your phone, so reading a font you enjoy is pretty important!
Below we look at the steps to changing the font on a Samsung Galaxy phone.
1. Go to Settings > Display
2. Scroll down and find Font Size and Style. On this menu page you can choose to bold the current font, which might spice up the look of your font enough for your taste. You can also adjust the font size, too.
3. To change the font itself tap Font Style
4. Here, you can choose from the pre-loaded options. If you are looking for more choices, tap Download Fonts. This will take you to the Galaxy Store app.
5. If you don’t like the idea of paying for a font, you can select the 'Top free' option at the top of the page in the store. This will bring up the best free fonts for you to choose from.
Font changed? Great! It is important to note that you won’t see it absolutely everywhere on your phone. All of the text in system menus, your home screen, and your notifications will appear in your new font of choice. The change will even apply to some text in certain apps like Facebook and Netflix. But unfortunately in other places, you will still see text in a default font.
If you are having trouble changing your font, don't hesitate to get in touch. Our support team are more than happy to help you out!