Fonts Downloads


• Info: An opinionated font for software engineers
• Original Font Name: IBM 3270
• Info: Derived from the x3270 font, a modern format of a font with high nostalgic value
• Info: A small, monospace, outline font that is geometrically regular and simple
• Reserved Font Name: Anonymous Pro
• Info: Inspired by Anonymous 9 on Macintosh, since 2009, distinct `O`, `0`, `I`, `l`, `1`
• Info: Metrically similar to Arial, pan-European WGL character set, sans serif
• Original Font Name: Aurulent Sans Mono
• Info: Sans serif, designed by Stephen G. Hartke which also created Verily Serif
• Original Font Name: BigBlue Terminal
• Info: Nostalgic, closely based on IBM's 8x14 EGA/VGA charset
• Reserved Font Name: Bitstream Vera Sans Mono
• Info: Dotted zero, compact lowercase characters
• Reserved Font Name: Cascadia Code
• Info: A fun, new monospaced font that includes programming ligatures and is designed to enhance the modern look and feel of the Windows Terminal
• Reserved Font Name: Cascadia Mono
• Info: Like Cascadia Code but without any ligatures
• Reserved Font Name: IBM Plex Mono
• Info: It's global, it's versatile and it's distinctly IBM
• Info: Tunable, slashed zeros, compact smaller characters
• Info: The very typeface you’ve been trained to recognize since childhood
• Info: An anonymous and neutral programming typeface
• Info: Similar to Courier New with better readablitiy, dotted zeros
• Original Font Name: D2Coding
• Info: A coding font for Koreans. This is the variant with ligatures.
• Info: A monospaced font for programmers and other terminal groupies
• Original Font Name: DejaVu Sans Mono
• Info: Dotted zero, based on the Bitstream Vera Fonts with a wider range of character
• Original Font Name: Droid Sans Mono
• Info: Good for small screens or font sizes
• Reserved Font Name: Envy Code R
• Info: Fully-scalable monospaced font designed for programming and command prompts
• Original Font Name: Fantasque Sans Mono
• Info: "Wibbly-wobbly handwriting-like fuzziness", takes some inspiration from Inconsolata and Monaco
• Info: Programming ligatures, extension of Fira Mono font, enlarged operators
• Original Font Name: Fira
• Info: Mozilla typeface, dotted zero
• Info: Monospaced typeface designed to be used in code editors, diagrams, terminals, and other textbased interfaces where code is represented
• Original Font Name: Gohu
• Info: Bitmap font, tall capitals and ascenders, small serifs
• Info: Created specifically for the Go project, looks particularly clear for use with the Go language
• Info: Dotted zero, short descenders, expands upon work done for Bitstream Vera & DejaVu, legible at common sizes
• Reserved Font Name: Hasklig
• Info: Monospaced ligatures, makes composite glyphs (e.g. ->) more reabable, especially in Haskell
• Info: Novel and unique design, dotted zero
• Reserved Font Name: Hermit
• Info: Symbols stand out from common text
• Reserved Font Name: iA Writer
• Info: A heavy modification of IBM's Plex font
• Info: Slashed zero, takes inspiration from many different fonts and glyphs, subtle curves in lowercase
• Info: Inconsolata with straight quotes
• Info: Inconsolata with added the Cyrillic alphabet
• Reserved Font Name: Intel One Mono
• Info: Expressive monospaced font family that’s built with clarity, legibility, and the needs of developers in mind
• Info: Narrow and horizontally tight characters, slashed zero
• Info: A narrower variant focusing terminal uses: Arrows and geometric symbols will be narrow to follow typical terminal usages
• Info: Nice as Iosevka but with slab serifs
• Info: JetBrains officially created font for developers
• Info: Very light and thin characters, sharp m's, `0` and `O` very similar
• Reserved Font Name: Liberation Mono
• Info: `0` and `O` very similar, very short tight descenders
• Info: Modern with ligatures
• Info: Free and open-source monospaced font from Evil Martians
• Info: Slashed zeros, customized version of Apple's Menlo
• Reserved Font Name: Monaspace
• Info: Five matching fonts all having 'texture healing' to improve legibility
• Info: Dotted zeros, slightly exaggerated curvy characters, compact characters
• Info: Ligatures, distinguishable glyphs with short ascenders & descenders, large operators & punctuation
• Reserved Font Name: Mononoki
• Info: Keeps in mind differentiation of characters and resolution sizes
• Original Font Name: MPlus
• Info: Multiple styles and weights, many glyph sets (e.g. Kana glyphs)
• Info: `0` and `O` very similar, characters are either very curvy or straight lined
• Info: Designed specifically to alleviate reading errors caused by dyslexia
• Info: An open source font family inspired by Highway Gothic
• Info: Looks best with anti-aliasing turned off, squared off character corners, vertically tight small `s`
• Original Font Name: ProggyCleanTT
• Info: Designed particularly for use at small point sizes
• Info: Dashed zero, curved and straight character lines
• Reserved Font Name: Share Tech Mono
• Info: Dotted zeros, distinguishable 1 and l, curved and straight character lines
• Reserved Font Name: Source Code Pro
• Info: Monospaced font family for user interface and coding environments
• Info: Squarish character lines, dotted zero, aggressive parethesis
• Original Font Name: Symbols Only
• Info: Just the Nerd Font Icons. I.e Symbol font only
• Reserved Font Name: Terminus
• Info: Squarish characters that are slightly askew
• Info: Some similarities to Times New Roman, designed by Steve Matteson, includes pan-European WGL character set
• Info: Specially created for Ubuntu
• Info: Dotted zeros, used the `n`, `o`, `H` & `O` Latin characters as a base for design
• Info: Clean, crisp and narrow, with a large x-height and clear punctuation

Other Download & Install Options


brew tap homebrew/cask-fonts &&
brew install --cask font-<FONT NAME>-nerd-font

:// curl

curl -fLo "<FONT NAME> Nerd Font Complete.otf" \<FONT_PATH>/complete/<FONT_NAME>%20Nerd%20Font%20Complete.otf

Bash Install Script

./ <FontName>

Arch Community Repository

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