Some places to access Hebrew fonts include the Open Siddur website, Feldheim.com, the MyFonts website and the website for major American type foundry Linotype. These sites offer Hebrew fonts in a variety of formats and prices as of 2015.
The Open Siddur website features free, downloadable Hebrew fonts that are completely compatible with Unicode 4.0, which is a way of encoding digital text across many different technologies. The font pack offered at the site supports the full complement of vowel markings used in modern Hebrew. The fonts are also open source, which in this case means they are available for creative reuse.
As of 2015, Linotype has partnered with Israeli type foundry Masterfont to offer hundreds of Hebrew typefaces and fonts. These fonts include standard Latin alphabet fonts that have been extended to include Hebrew characters. MyFonts.com also offers Masterfont Hebrew fonts at its website. At both sites, users must pay fees to download and use the fonts.
Feldheim.com, a Hebrew-language book publisher, sells a CD containing Hebrew fonts for use in word processing software for Windows.