Mozilla Firefox

The first challenger to Internet Explorer's dominace of the late '90s and early 2000s, Mozilla's Firefox is a very typography friendly browser with good OpenType support.
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Google Chrome

Depending on your choice of statistical measure, Google’s Chrome browser is now either the most widely used browser in the world already, or is just about to be.
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Internet Explorer

Microsoft’s Internet Explorer is the unloved pain in web designers’ necks, yet was the first browser to offer support for embedded fonts while the most recent version is leading the way in typographic sophistication.
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Opera

A relatively small player, Opera has a notably higher presence in some regions, particularly the Cyrillic world.
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Safari

Built on the Webkit renderer, Apple's native web browser has shipped with OSX since version 10.3 Panther and is the default browser for its iOS platform.
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Cross-browser @font-face syntax

Sample @font-face declaration for EOT and TTF/OTF fonts as recommended by Paul Irish.
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Browser support overview (June 2013)

Our guide to current browser support for @font-face and other advanced typographic features.
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