IBCustomFonts category allows you to use custom fonts from Interface Builder (IB) when building your iOS apps. Apps using IBCustomFonts category are approved by Apple App Store (check readme.md on latest info). Tested on iOS6 - iOS9.
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About IBCustomFonts

IBCustomFonts category allows you to use custom fonts from Interface Builder (IB) when building your iOS apps.

  • Apps using IBCustomFonts category are approved by Apple App Store.

  • No need to use IBOutlets, subclassing of UILabels and UIButtons or change fonts in code.

  • Tested on iOS6 - iOS9.

Usage

  1. Add UIFonts+IBCustomFonts.m file to your Xcode project or, if using CocoaPods, add pod 'IBCustomFonts', '~> 1.0' similar to the following to your Podfile:

    target 'MyApp' do
      pod 'IBCustomFonts', '~> 1.0'
    end

    and install the pod(s) by running pod install.

  2. Add custom fonts to your application as usual (don't forget to define them in your app Info.plist as Fonts provided by application array)

  3. Add new dictionary to your app Info.plist named IBCustomFonts and add to it key-value pairs where key is name of font used in IB and value is name of your custom font. For example: HelveticaNeue and CustomFont-Bold or HelveticaNeue-Italic and CustomFont-Italic

  4. In Interface Builder (IB) use HelveticaNeue in places where do you want to see your CustomFont-Bold (or HelveticaNeue-Italic in places where do you want to see your CustomFont-Italic) at runtime.

App Store acceptance

Please let me know if you have your app accepted or rejected on App Store by writing details to e-mail deni2s at hc.lv, so we can update this list with latest info.