The latest release of Chrome Canary is now available for download, and this time, Google has added support for a few new font styles to the web browser.
You can find all the fonts here.
Fonts include the “Courier” font used for Google Maps, the “Helvetica Neue” font, and the “Arial” font.
All of these fonts are available in the “fonts” directory, which is where they’ll be accessible in the web interface of Chrome.
The Google Font team announced the change in a blog post earlier today, and you can now access them in the Chrome Canary browser by right-clicking on the icon for the “google” icon and selecting “Show Package Contents.”
The fonts will also appear in the font viewer for the web UI in the Canary browser.
The new fonts are just the latest addition to the suite of fonts introduced in Canary in April.
The Chrome team also announced that there will be an updated font viewer available for Canary in the coming weeks.
As for the rest of the new fonts, you’ll be able to use them in any web page that includes a “font” component, as long as it’s a web page, such as a blog or a website.
Google’s website has already made a few fonts available in this regard, including “Gottfredson” and “Ravender.”
You can learn more about how these fonts work in our tutorial: Fonts and other fonts in Chrome and the rest.