Latest Kindle Software Update 5.9.6 Adds Option for Custom Fonts and Arabic ebooks as well
The 5.9.6 update is available for all Kindles dating back to the Kindle Paperwhite 2 (6th generation).
After applying the update, the directions on how to use custom fonts is included in the ReadMe file in the fonts folder on the Kindle drive. Basically all you have to do is place OTF or TTF font files in the fonts folder, and it’s best to use all the different versions of the font for italics, bold, etc.
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Good news for Kindle users. There's a new software update available today for all Kindles released in the past 5 years that adds the option to use your own sideloaded fonts. Yep, you read that right. Kindles now officially support using custom fonts. People have been wishing for that feature for so long it seemed like