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Is there any application which can let me browse different font styles and install what I have liked from Internet?
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Type catcher is an application which let you browse through all the fonts styles available and let you install what you like . to install that open your terminal and type as
For Ubuntu 13.04 , Ubuntu 12.04 LTS
after that just open it and browse the fonds and install what you like.
For Ubuntu 13.10
No need to add PPA for that, you can install it directly from the terminal or software center.
from terminal you can use the command as
installing font is very simple and easy , just select the font you want and check the preview. if you like it just select download and then you can use it.
hope that helps.
Browse fonts at http://fontzone.net/ and download one you like (should be a .ttf file).
Find the file in Files, right click and choose "Open with Font Viewer".
In Font Viewer, click on Install.
The font is then available for applications, e.g. LibreOffice Writer.
Advantage of this method: no additional software to install.