Japanese Typeface for MetaPlus is a good fit

Next Big News article A new Japanese typeface that could make a difference in the digital age is the kind of typeface used on Google’s search giant’s online magazine, Google+ , a study by the Japanese typefaces company Metaplus found.

The study, which examined Google+’s English and Japanese versions, found that while it’s possible to type a Google+ typeface without any changes to the code, the code on the typeface itself is the same as the code of a Google product, the company said in a press release.

The new typeface would be more like the typefaces used in the world’s top online magazines, it said.

In the end, Google has made some changes to its search engine in the past year, but not many.

For example, it now shows its search results in Japanese rather than English.

Google+ launched in 2016, and the Japanese version of the website has more than 60,000 members.

Metaplus’ study looked at the English and Japan versions of Google+.

It also looked at a few other major online publishers, including BuzzFeed, Vox and The Huffington Post.

The research focused on the English version of Google+ because that was the most popular typeface for Google, Metaplus said.

It’s unclear whether the Japanese company’s study is the first to suggest Google’s typeface might be a good match for the Japanese site.

However, the study does offer some hints that Google’s brand of search may be more attractive to Japanese users than its own.

The company’s own search results also seem to be a little different from the Japanese search results, with the company showing a Google logo above the search results on some Google+ posts.

In the U.S., Google search results show the search box as a white circle instead of a white dot.

Google’s logo is also sometimes displayed in white, but it’s usually just a small, rounded dot.

Google has also been trying to attract Japanese users to its products.

In 2016, Google introduced a Japanese version to its Japanese language site, the Google Translate, which has since become a major source of online translations.

Google also recently released its first native Japanese language app, called Google Play for Android.

Google has also created a website for Japanese people to learn Japanese, as well as Japanese speakers who want to work on Google+ with other people.