Ben Elliott · Oct 4, 2010 at 03:00 pm

KD-Font for Windows Mobile Updated

By changing your device’s font, you can quickly give it a fresh look without trawling through menus or un- and re-installing themes. XDA member kliptik‘s popular KD-Font application allows you to modify the system fonts on any Windows Mobile phone and also provides a finger-friendly and appealing interface with which to do so.
KD-Font is a lightweight app, which only downloads the font files when you select one to apply. Once a font style is chosen, you are given the decision of whether to apply it to the whole phone or just either the Windows Mobile shell or HTC Sense. Since its initial release this July, the app has matured to version 1.2.2, with the addition of new fonts, a new library updating method, the ability to sort fonts in the library by category and fixes to allow KD-Font to be cooked into custom ROMs.
To give your device’s menus a new look, try KD Font by downloading it from the application thread.

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