Our type tools help you retire your bitmaps, reach global audiences, and keep your costs in line.
Deliver crisp, dynamic text and anti-aliasing with our edge-tuning, hinting and grayscale rendering technology in 2D and 3D environments—and enhance responsiveness to viewing conditions—in real time.
Make your on-screen type extraordinarily efficient by linking a font into several sets and only loading data once—whether in multiple languages, regions, or scale.
Monotype’s in-house embedded type expertise offers optimal rasterization parameters, right from the start
Minimal storage and power use help you keep a small footprint and low overhead, even in the smallest, most memory-constrained devices
M-Kit’s support for open source libraries expands integration even further, to popular text shaping and layout tools HarfBuzz and Pango
Put an end to multiple SKUs for the same product, even in multiple languages or versions. Build once, and M-Kit handless variations in type
M-Kit allows your UI to stay true to your intended vision, keeping your brand intact on billions of devices and displays
Subsequent releases (or after-market inventory) won’t need new development or a redesign to display new content. Create your text once, and you’re good to go-to-market
Deliver a compelling, on-brand user interface that includes global font support, and reach a cross-platform, worldwide marketplace with a single application
Tight appearance handling and pin-sharp text give both design engineers and brands more control over how text looks, even in suboptimal conditions
Supports any environment that uses FreeType – including Android devices – potentially extending your footprint to billions of devices
With native integration, performance is accelerated across every platform
With a large open-source community continually contributing new innovation and enhancements, if you have an idea for new text functionality, you have the freedom to explore it
Developers can now access text enhancement features via open source, an OS, a proprietary stack, or through Monotype’s own engine – whichever method their platforms require