Google has released a new serif font, which it's using in parts of the mobile version of its new notetaking app, Keep (opens in new tab) - and has made it available for anyone to download and use in their own projects.
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Google has bundled four versions of the font - thin, light, regular and bold - with the Keep app, which has been launched to take on the might of Evernote. But so far Google's made no public announcement about the new font, which was only been brought to light via the sterling investigative work of the blog Android Police (opens in new tab).
This wall of silence is fuelling speculation that it will replace Android's current serif font - Droid Serif (opens in new tab) - in the forthcoming version of the OS, Key Lime Pie. You can download Roboto Slab here (opens in new tab).
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