How about 17,000? Is that enough? Killian Bell on Adobe’s fonts for iOS 13:
iOS 13 makes it easier than ever to enjoy custom fonts on iPhone and iPad. It has a brand-new fonts manager baked right in, so you don’t have to mess around with third-party profiles anymore.
All you need is a collection of fonts.
Adobe’s massive catalog of fonts is now available on iOS for the first time. You can use them inside any app that supports custom font APIs — so long as you’re running iOS 13.1.
Free? Not quite.
You’ll need a Creative Cloud subscription to enjoy the entire catalog. But you can access 1,300 fonts for free simply by signing in with an Adobe ID. And your favorite fonts follow you everywhere.
I’m a charter member of the You Can Never Have Too Many Fonts party.