1. Type your identifier (one word) and organisation (one or more words).
2. Select a TrueType or OpenType font.
3. Generate the .mobileconfig document.
Open the .mobileconfig file in your iOS device to install the font.
If you have any questions or comments please feel free to .
iOS Font Maker (Mac)
System requirements: Mac OS X 10.6 or later, Intel CPU
TrueType or OpenType fonts required
iOS Font Maker (Windows) - untested
Win XP and above
iOS Font Maker (Linux) - untested
32-bit installation or compatibility layer, 2.4.x or later kernel
Please observe font licence restrictions.
Commercial fonts are unlikely to be licensed for this process, but Google Fonts are all Open Source and can be used with complete freedom.
(If you want to see what the exported mobileconfig format looks like, here's an example.)
Ready-made iOS fonts (all from Google Fonts) you can try in your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch. Just tap to install in iOS 7:
iOS Font Maker is a utility for Mac OS X, Windows and Linux that converts TrueType and OpenType fonts into a format that can be installed in iOS devices – iPads, iPhones and the iPod Touch. This is free, but if you like it please donate something to a school.
NEW: iOS Font Maker 1.1
The utility now supports converting multiple fonts into a single installable mobileconfig file, which also cuts down the list of profiles in the iOS device. Pick ‘Multiple Fonts’ and select each typeface file, one at a time.
Or single weights & styles:
Download the editable LiveCode stack
The iOS Font Maker utility was made with a development tool called LiveCode. If you'd like to see how it was built you can download the free Community Edition of LiveCode and the iOS Font Maker stack (link coming soon) and see for yourself.