font android

by arroyopablobenjamin » Thu, 10 Sep 2009 06:10:49 GMT


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 i want used the font of android in gimp or inkscape...where i can
download?
how this:
 http://img.xataka.com/2007/12/Android_Logo.jpg 

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font android

by Mark Murphy » Thu, 10 Sep 2009 06:13:13 GMT


 


 http://www.android.com/branding.html 

"Android Custom Typeface: The custom typeface may not be used."

Sorry!

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