Below is a graphic listing all the fonts supported by default on the iPad. It’s a rather tall graphic, so I’ll keep the rest of this short post above it.
Here’s the main chunk of code used to generate these images:
This is the only method you need to override in your own
in order to get a scrollable view of all the fonts available on your device – this code works on all iPhone OS devices (so, yes, iPads, iPhones, and iPod touches so far). Many thanks to Dr. Touch for this great post on
that helped me become less of a font newb (for example, the
property of a font is basically the line height, in pixels, of a single line of text).