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Previously, I have written an article that summarized the 10 best Google Fonts. In this article, I shall round up another 11 most popular and versatile Google Fonts that will look great on your website.

1. Marvel

Marvel is a contemporary and multipurpose sans serif typeface designed to look sharp and modern while maintaining a unique personality by Carolina Trebol.
Google Fonts - Marvel

2. Josefin Sans

Josefin Sans is a geometric, elegant, but at the same time vintage typeface designed based on Rudolf Koch’s Kabel (1927), Paul Renner’s Futura (1927), and Rudolf Wolf’s Memphis (1930).
Google Fonts - Josefin Sans

3. Permanent Marker

Permanent Marker is the perfect typeface to use to mimic the essence of permanent marker on your projects.
Google Fonts - Permanent Marker

4. Raleway

Raleway is an elegant and versatile sans-serif typeface initially designed by Matt McInerney as a single thin weight. Pablo Impallari, Rodrigo Fuenzalida and Igino Marini later expanded it into what it is today.
Google Fonts - Raleway

5. Lobster

Lobster is a legible modern calligraphic typeface that is optimized to display perfectly in any web browser that supports ligatures.
Google Fonts - Lobster

6. Ubuntu

The san-serifs Ubuntu Font Family are a set of matching new libre/open fonts in development during 2010-2011. Canonical Ltd is funding the development on behalf the wider Free Software community and the Ubuntu project. Dalton Maag is undertaking the technical font design work and implementation.
Google Fonts - Ubuntu

7. Lato

Lato is a sleek and elegant san serif typeface family designed by Warsaw-based designer Łukasz Dziedzic in Summer 2010.
Google Fonts - Lato

8. Special Elite

Special Elite was created by Brian J. Bonislawsky to recreate the letterform produced by the Smith Corona Special Elite Type No NR6 and Remington Noiseless typewriter models. This san serif typeface is great to add a little old school typewriter flavor to your designs.
Google Fonts - Special Elite

9. Droid Serif

Created by Steve Matteson, Droid Serif is a contemporary san serif typeface that is slightly condensed for comfortable reading on screen as well as to maximize the amount of text displayed on small screens.
Google Fonts - Droid Serif

10. Source Sans Pro

Designed by Paul D. Hunt, Source Sans Pro is the first open source typeface that Adobe released.
Google Fonts - Source Sans Pro

11. Glida Display

Gilda Display is an elegant, classic, and glamorous serif typeface best suited for the world of jewelry, fashion, and luxury items.
Google Fonts - Glida Display

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