BytaFont v1.7 is now available on ModMyi repository.
We have added support for Hebrew and Thai fonts, and we have separated Chinese/Korean from Japanese settings.
The following localizations have been added: Arabic, German, Vietnamese.
Many thanks to Aziz, starfield and Tam for their translations, and thanks to Lu Lu for his suggestions with Japanese
You can find more info about how to use BytaFont at BytaFont v1.7 overview.
BytaFont v1.6.1 is now available on ModMyi repository.
BytaFont is now localized in the following languages: Korean, Portuguese (Portugal), French, Italian, Spanish, Simplified and Traditional Chinese.
Many thanks to XiA, Laurentino Martins, Dr4Wm4N, Simone, Sebastián Soriano, pw5a29 for their translations
You can find more info about how to use BytaFont at BytaFont v1.6 / v1.6.1 overview.
BytaFont v1.6 is now available on ModMyi repository.
We have added support for the iPhone 5 screen resolution and Chinese, Japanese and Korean fonts can now be applied via the More tab (proper fonts needed).
To apply CJK fonts you may add them manually to your BytaFont library (details here), then start BytaFont, open the “More” tab and select the CJK font you want to apply.
BytaFont 1.6 is compatible only with iOS > 4.2.1: in case you have a previous firmware version you won’t be able to upgrade to BytaFont 1.6 but you can still use BytaFont 1.5.
You can find more info about how to use BytaFont at BytaFont v1.6 overview.
BytaFont v1.5 has been released and is available on ModMyi repository.
You are now allowed to change the font used by iBooks, via an additional option provided within the More tab.
Be sure you have Georgia selected as your iBooks font, otherwise you won’t see it.
We have released a new BytaFont version on ModMyi repo.
This version fixes a bug introduced in BytaFont 1.4 that affects fresh installations only: ‘Restore original’ does not work as expected.
If you had a previous version of BytaFont (e.g. 1.3.4) before updating to v1.4, there is nothing you need to do.