Lato Font was first seen in 2010 by a Polish, Warsaw-based designer named Lukasz Dziedzic. It is a sans-serif typeface and it came into existence in the summer of 2010, its name is “Lato” because it means “Summer” in the Polish language. The foundry tyPoland was its publisher with the help of Google.
Lato Font consists of 9 weights other than italics and it also has a pretty hairline style as well which is obviously better to use in a larger size than usual. Its rounded details give the design a warm look and the strong built gives it a solid and firm structure.
This font is an open and free license font and user can use it in all applications. The Font’s last update was in 2014. It does pair well with some other fonts including Roboto Font and Oswald Font. It is available on Google Fonts as well. Now it has more than 3000 glyphs per style and it supports more than 150 languages.
Use of Lato Font
Lato Font was originally designed for making written Polish stand out more than usual. Designers still use it mainly in Polish magazines to highlight various topics. It was used to bring forward the Jewish community of Poland to get them noticed by non-Jewish audiences.
This font was used by almost 10 million websites in 2018. It was 3rd most used font on Google Fonts. Designers use it on business cards and web because of its sleek and professional look and it makes the logo and slogan of the user very memorable.
This font is mainly used in physical prints especially for campaign billboards of election and information signs. It is used with its alternative combinable fonts as well such as Open Sans, Oxygen typeface, Raleway and Arimo.
This font is a Free License Font. It is free to use for personal and commercial purposes without any limitations. It is better to read license agreement first.
Lato Font Combinations & Free Alternatives
- Open Sans Font
- Oxygen typeface Font
- Rival Sans Font
- LD Alena Font
- Myriad Pro Font
- Alto Font
- Avenir Font
- Freight Sans Font
- Today Sans Font
- Arimo Font
Lato Font View on Image Design
Download Lato Font Free
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Croatian, Belarusian, Hebrew, Thai, Luxembourgian, Spanish, Greek and Dutch Kurdish (Latin), Vietnamese in Latin, Ukrainian, Polish, Italian, Turkish, French, Arabic, Greek, Cyrillic, Russian, Portuguese, Belarusian (Latin), Swedish, Hebrew, Bulgarian, Serbian (Cyrillic), English, Urdu German, Persian, Hungarian, Danish, Serbian (Latin), Lithuanian, Romanian, Kazakh (Latin), Czech, Icelandic, Basque, Estonian, Irish, Slovenian, Latvian, Slovak, Finnish.
People Also Ask!
Can I use Lato Font for Commercial purposes?
Yes, you can use this font for both personal and commercial purposes for free because it is an open and free licensed font. It is better to read the license agreement first.
Does MS Office Word have Lato Font?
MS Office Word does not have this font by default, in order to use this font, you will have to first download it from this website by clicking download now button above and then install it manually.
Can I use Lato Font in Adobe Applications?
Yes, you can use this font in Adobe applications. You’ll have to download it by clicking the download now button on this website and then install it manually.
Is Lato Font secure for my system?
Yes, this font is secure for your system. If you still have any doubts, then you can run an antivirus scan on the Lato Font File.
Are any alternatives and combinations of Lato Font?
Yes, there are many alternatives of this font which you can use as combinations such as Open Sans, Oxygen typeface, Alto, Rival Sans, Raleway and Arimo.