Tuesday, November 3, 2015

How to change the system font in iOS 9 with BytaFont 3

We all love to decorate their iPhone and iPad. One way to refresh the look of the standard software shell gadgets - replace the system font. There are several ways to replace the fonts in iOS 9, one of the easiest - use the free application BytaFont 3.

BytaFont 3 allows you to use multiple clicks to change the system font to one of the hundreds of options (if specifically, 700), available in the catalog Cydia. The application interface is simple and intuitive. Design style adapted to iOS 9.

When you start BytaFont 3 shows a list of sections, which are broken down into a collection of fonts. To install one of the options, you need to go to any section, choose from the list and click the appropriate Install. In the Select the font preview window appears. In the case of running iOS 9 installed fonts should be enabled BytaFont 3.

To install a font, click in the window that appears click «Install», and then confirm it in Cydia load. Then go back to the application, go to the Basic tab and choose Ubuntu Light. After restarting your desktop you will appreciate the new font on your iPhone or iPad.

Note that when you first install the program automatically creates a backup of the system font. Therefore, if there was a need to return to the factory Helvetica iOS 7, just go to the Basic tab and click «BytaFont Backup».

Program BytaFont 3 completely free, you can download it in Cydia repository BigBoss. Release BytaFont 3.0 was held recently. The developers promise to soon adapt the base font for the third version of the program.

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