By Tom BissellPublished Oct 07, 2017 06:21:04The first thing you might notice about a font update is that the fonts look different.
That’s because they’re all designed for different Android devices.
There are two major changes: the Android version and the font itself.
Android 5.2.1’s stock fonts are the same as their Android 5 version brethren.
In 5.3.2, however, they’re significantly different.
Here’s what the stock Android fonts look like:If you open up your Google fonts app, you’ll see the new font.
There’s no change to the original version’s font size or character count.
Instead, Google’s fonts have been modified for a more premium look.
The font is larger than stock, and you’ll notice it looks even nicer.
Google has changed the look of the fonts for Android 5 and 5-inch Android devices with the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, and Nexus 7.
The fonts are larger, but Google has also modified the character count to make it feel more premium.
Here are some examples of the stock fonts in Android5.2 and 5:If a font has a larger character count, the character is larger, and the character widths are smaller.
The stock fonts also have a bit more of a border around the edge.
Here are some sample images:These are the stock font in the Android 5, 5- and 6.2-inch sizes.
The Nexus 5 and Nexus 6 sizes have a border.
The new fonts are much smaller and don’t have a lot of extra characters.
The fonts also use the same base-level characters as stock Android.
For example, you can see the letter A, the letter M, the number 3, and other characters in stock Android:The fonts used in stockAndroid are optimized for phones and tablets, and are designed to look good on a computer screen.
In other words, they don’t look as nice as Google’s other fonts, but they’re not that bad either.
If you don’t mind having to scroll through an extra character at the beginning of each word, or if you just want to have a slightly more refined look, you’re probably better off with the stock version of the font.
Google’s stock Android font is also designed to work on Android 6 and 6+.
This means that when you change the fonts in the Google fonts settings, they’ll automatically update to the new fonts.
It’ll take a bit of time, though, so be patient.
Google also has modified some of the Android versions of its fonts.
The letters A, B, and C have been changed to look a bit less like stock Android letters.
And while the characters in the word “candy” have been tweaked, Google has not altered the characters that make up “cat.”
If you’re unsure if the new Google fonts are better than the stock versions, Google also makes the fonts available for download from the Google Play Store.
The stock Android version is also available in fonts from Adobe.
This is because the company uses Adobe’s Acrobat Reader to automatically load its fonts in order to keep the look and feel of its software.
However, Google says that Acrobat doesn’t support all the fonts on the GooglePlay store, so if you want to use the font, you need to download it manually.
If you’re an Android fan who has recently updated to Android 5 or 5.4, you should check out the font update in this guide.
The official version of Google’s stock font is available in the Chrome browser.