Typekit fonts work in all browsers which support web fonts on Mac OS X, Windows, and Chrome OS, as well as most mobile browsers.
While Typekit should work on all Linux distributions, font serving is only tested on Ubuntu. Typekit does not support Windows 2000 or Mac OS 10.3 and earlier.
|Chrome||188.8.131.52 and higher|
|Firefox||3.5 and higher|
|Internet Explorer||6 and higher*|
|Opera||10.54 and higher|
|Safari||3.1 and higher|
|Mobile Safari & Chrome for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad||iOS 4.2 and higher|
|Default browser, Chrome, Firefox, Kindle Fire (Silk) & Opera Mobile for Android||Android 2.2 and higher|
|Internet Explorer||Windows Phone 8 and higher|
|Default browser||BlackBerry 10 and higher|
By default, Typekit is supported in newer versions of any supported browser as they're released.
If Typekit does not recognize the browser, we serve a special CSS file that gives the browser several font formats. This "bulletproof" @font-face fallback format means that fonts will work in many other browsers, even if they aren't officially supported or tested.
Mobile browsers are supported by default, but you can disable font serving to mobile browsers in your kit under Kit Settings > Mobile Settings.
Every font on Typekit includes screenshots showing how the font renders in different platforms and browsers. Use these browser samples to assess how a font will perform before you start using it.
Browser support for typekit.com
The Typekit website, where you browse fonts and access the Kit Editor, is designed to work optimally in the latest versions Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Internet Explorer. The site is not supported in Internet Explorer 8 and earlier, Opera, or on touch devices; you may have trouble using certain features in those browsers.