Ask DN: Is Apple going mainstream with San Francisco font now?

6 years ago from Claude Ayitey, UX/UI Designer at DevCongress, BoughtSpot

  • Sam MularczykSam Mularczyk, 6 years ago (edited 6 years ago )

    I've had it as my device font for months. First few days was weird, but now Helvetica looks so dated in comparison.

    San Fransisco is friendlier, more space-efficient and easier to read - especially on non-retina screens. I genuinely love it.

    It even makes error screens look nice:

    Only issues I've found exist within Chrome.

    2 points