Helvetica is the most popular typeface in history. It's been 35 years since Helvetica Neue was released, which means this gold-standard font hasn't been updated since the Reagan administration. Until Now. Helvetica Now revisits every single character in every single weight, improving and adapting them for the digital age. Three optical sizes — micro, text, and display — give designers versions that are custom-tailored to their medium. It does all this without sacrificing any of the 1957 original's utility or simplicity and is available to try for free.