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A lot of people looking for a free font similar to Segoe UI and ended with OpenSans, Muli or NotoSans. But this one is very identical: http://en.fonts2u.com/weblysleek-ui-semibold.font
Google renamed Open Sans to Noto Sans for some reason.
Interesting! However, Open Sans is listed with 10 styles, Noto Sans has only 4. Maybe it’s supposed to be a subset?
I don’t see why that would make sense as it’s the exact same typeface. I’m curious as to why they kept Open Sans up in the library instead of switching everything over. I assume that may be because those loading Open Sans via the JS loader would lose their webfonts.
You may all be further confused by the re-naming of OpenSans to Noto in Google web fonts. Again not my decision.
– Steve Matteson
Thanks. I saw that on Typophile.