The iPhone 5s might have been our pick for the best smartphone of 2013, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t a multitude of minor annoyances with the popular phone. One of the many features the iPhone 5s and its iOS brethren lack is the ability to change the font in any given text box. Although you’re out of luck while typing within the the current system, one app will allow you to install your own custom fonts inside of apps that take advantage of the iOS font book.

AnyFont is a $2 app that allows iOS users to install any additional True Type or Open Type fonts on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to use in apps like Pages, Keynote, Numbers and Office Suite Pro. The installation process is a little more complex than your typical app, but if you’re willing to follow the instructions, you’ll have a more dynamic device than ever before. Check out AnyFont on the App Store for more information.