License Policy

Buying or downloading a font, you conclude a license agreement, which obliges you to use the font in the amount of rights received on it

Buying a license for a font, you acquire the right to use it in one way or another. The font data itself remains in the ownership of the owner of exclusive rights even after your purchase. Each manufacturer independently establishes licensing restrictions. Therefore, it is so important to carefully read the End User License Agreement (EULA) of each vendor whose fonts you are going to buy.

In our store there are eight licenses for Paratype fonts and a number of other manufacturers. The list of these licenses is given below. Several licenses (OEMs, exclusive licenses, past-dated licenses) are available on request at the company's office. In the same place, you can legalize the use of the font if you previously used it without a license.

For your convenience, at the end of the list, we have included in the lookup table all types of licenses and possible uses. If you intend to use the font in any other way, please contact us to resolve the issue of your interest.

Please note that third-party fonts, such as Linotype, Monotype, URW ++ and others, are sold under vendor license.


  • Install on Windows, Mac OS, or Linux operating systems.
  • Use in applications such as MS Word, Adobe Photoshop, etc.
  • Create printed materials, PDFs, and raster images.
  • Use in raster images on websites.


  • Use of fonts on a site that not installed on visitor devices
  • Embed with the @font-face rule.
  • The archive contains fonts in the following formats: EOT, WOFF, WOFF2, TTF and SVG.


  • Install on Windows, Mac OS, or Linux operating systems.
  • Use the font to create an unlimited number of logos.


  • For television broadcasts, titles, and inscriptions of film and video materials, including flash videos.
  • Includes broadcast rights.

Video Game

  • Embedding in software — video games.
  • PC, OSX, PlayStation, Xbox platforms, browser games.

Electronic Publication

  • For use in electronic documents intended for commercial distribution.
  • Electronic books, magazines, and templates of commercial publications.
  • Embedding at the Print & Preview level.

Mobile Application

  • Embedding a font in applications distributed under mobile operating systems.
  • IOS, Android, Windows RT, etc.
  • Ability to use in multiple applications and multiple operating systems.


  • For posting on your server.
  • This allows your customers to use the installed font (for example, for creating PDF documents, business cards, and other personal products).