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The font is used in this dribbble post for the headlines and titles, not the body text.

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So far I have tried multiple font identification sites but none gave a satisfactory result. Neue Haas Grotesk is the font that I've found so far to be the closest.

For me, the following things are important:

  • The leg of the "R" is straight
  • the dot on the "i" is round
  • the ends of the "s" and "S" are fully or almost horizontal
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The font is San Francisco Display.

The main text is the Heavy weight while the + is the Bold weight.

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All 21 weights can be downloaded for free from here.

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My recommendation would be Sailec, which is very nice.

As people have said, this is San Francisco Display. It has a detailed license, but in summary Apple only permits its use on Apple hardware and for related development (mockups and so on)–you can't host this as a webfont except to call it if viewing a webpage on an Apple device. Whoever did this webpage is mocking up what it would look like on an iPad or Mac–on a Windows computer they'd have to choose another font.

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Roboto is pretty good, and a Google font to boot: https://fonts.google.com/specimen/Roboto

  • Roboto fails on many letters. Notably the spur on the a and the e and o shape. – Ovaryraptor Jan 18 '18 at 16:24

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