Samsung’s TouchWiz UI is among the most feature-rich and customizable ones around. You can change the custom launcher, icon pack, widgets, app drawer, themes or the wallpaper of any Android device you choose from the market, additionally Samsung also allows you to change the default font of your device. The default one is plain and simple Serif-like), but one who loves to customise their phone find this feature useful in their day-to-day customization endeavors.
So, here’s how to easily change the font of your Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 edge.
Step 1: On your Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 edge, head to Settings -> Display -> Font. You will find the option to change the system font as well as its size here.
Step 2: You can select any font in the list by just tapping on it. You will then be shown a preview of the font on the top of the screen. If you like the font, simply tap the ‘Done’ button and you are done.
Step 3: You can also download additional fonts by using the ‘Download fonts’ option present at the bottom of the list. This will open Samsung’s own ‘Galaxy Apps’ store with a list of all the fonts available for download. All the fonts on the store are paid, but you can also download fonts from the Google Play Store by searching for “flip font.” This will show a list of fonts that will be compatible with TouchWiz user interface on the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge smartphones.
Note: You can’t change the color of the font on your Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge, but you can change the theme of your device which will change the color of your font as well.