Google Web Fonts offers more than 500 free, open-source fonts that are easy to embed right into the CSS of your website. For an even simpler solution, the Google Web Fonts WordPress plugin makes it easy to alter your theme and add your favorite Google Web Fonts to it.

Clearly, not all fonts were created equal. To help you weed through the crowd while finding the best Google font for your site, there’s this great Google Web Fonts selection and frequently updated Github repo to show you the best. For our part, here are 15 Google Web Fonts we think are worth exploring, displayed in the best way possible – through Steve Jobs’ best quotes.

1. Montserrat

Get Montserrat here

2. Anton

Get Anton here

3. Troochi

Get Troochi here

4. Shadows Into Light

Get Shadows Into Light here

5. PT Mono

Get PT Mono here

6. Open Sans

Get Open Sans here

7. Paytone One

Get Paytone One here

8. Tulpen One

 Get Tuplen One here

9. Qwigley

Get Qwigley here

10. Abril Fatface

Get Abril Fatface here

11. Lobster

Get Lobster here

12. Ultra

Get Ultra here

13. Krona One

Get Krona One here

14. Six Caps

 Get Six Caps here

15. Sail

Get Sail here

What are your favorite Google Web Fonts? Obsessed with another kind of font and don’t see it here? Let us know in the comments.

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