As you wander through the collection, when you see a font you like, click Choose to add it to your collection. Then click Review to view a recap of your selections. When ready, click Use to bookmark or download your collection. I recommend bookmarking each collection you create so you can get back to it should you need to recreate this collection in the future. The “speedometer” you see in the example shows what kind of performance issues your selected fonts may generate when being used on a web site. This is not applicable if you’re downloading the collection for use offline.
If you plan to use the collection on your site, keep scrolling down the “Use” page to see the information you need to add at your site/blog. Google does provide some instruction for this, but you need to be familiar with editing the HTML and CSS code on your site. Note to Blogger users – many of these fonts are already incorporated into the template designer so when you are choosing fonts for your blog’s design elements, you’re choosing from fonts in this collection.
While I love being able to use new and fun fonts online, my interest in Google’s font collection is primarily for use in family history projects like photo albums and documentaries, movies and scrapbooks that I will share and/or sell online. Whatever your project or purpose, you can use these beautiful fonts and enjoy knowing that they are perfectly legal. Thank you Google!