Tinos font was designed in 2013 by a typeface designer “Steve Matteson” who belongs to Louisville. He is also Co-Owner of Matteson typography and an avid Letterpress-Printer. It belongs to the Serif typeface family. Tinos Font’s latest update was in May 2013. Its readability is tremendously better now. It is compatible with Times New Roman Font.
This font supports more than 200 languages and people use them worldwide. It supports the Pan-European WGL character set. Including Hebrew, Cyrillic, and Greek. It also has a version by the name of Croscore fonts by Google.
This Font has a free license under Apache License 2.0. Anyone can use it for products, projects, digital, and prints for both personal and commercial purposes. Adobe also supports it and is usually given by it under an open-source license. This font has a small family containing Regular, Italic, bold and bold italic.
Use of Tinos Font
Many designers use this font for all kinds of projects including Logos, Flyers, Brochures, Posters, Websites, On-Video text, and many more things. That is because of its simple but elegant look. It makes the design pop up more than usual.
This font supports more than 200 languages. Because of that, it is accessible for people worldwide. A lot of our online content is written in this Font. It is used worldwide for personal use & commercial use. Some designers even use it for making wedding invitation cards and Birthday cards.
Many of the social media influencers use this font in their posts and most of them think that it makes their posts look more cool and subtle. Many Private Organizations use this Font as their default Font for their official documentation.
This is a Free license font. Anyone can download it free for personal and commercial purposes. It is better to read the license agreement first.
Tinos Font Alternatives & Combinations
- Times New Roman Font
- Liberation Serif Font
- LeedsUni Font
- Topaz Font
- UTM Times Font
- Libre Caslon Text Font
- Quivira Font
- Inria Serif Font
- RSTempus Font
- Fugit Font
Tinos Font View on Image Design
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Irish, Estonian, Basque, Lithuanian, Swedish, Belarusian (Latin), Croatian, Finnish, Kurdish (Latin) Slovak, Czech, Danish, English, Portuguese, Luxembourgian, and Icelandic in Latin, German, Romanian, Dutch, Hungarian, Kazakh, Basic Latin, Guarani, Haitian Creole, Hausa, Hiligaynon, Hmong, Hopi, Norfolk/Pitcairn’s, Polish Latvian, Hungarian, Ibanez, Icelandic.
People Also Ask!
What is Tinos Font?
Tinos-Font is created in 2013. By “Steve Matteson”. It is a Serif, Sans-Serif Typeface. Its latest update was in May 2013. Its readability is tremendously better now.
Can I use Tinos Font Commercially?
Yes, you can use it commercially. It is better to read the license agreement first to ignore any inconvenience.
Can I use Tinos Font in Microsoft Office Word?
Yes, you can use it in Microsoft Office Word after installing it manually. It is not present in it by default.
What is the best alternative for Tinos Font?
This Font has many alternative Fonts. Its best alternative is “Times New Roman Font” which you can use as a combination with it and make good designs.
Can I use Tinos Font for making my Logo?
Yes, you can use this font for making your logo and for other purposes as it is a free license font. Many designers already use it to make all kinds of graphics.