You can easily install non-free codecs, plugins like Flash or applications like Google Chrome or Google Earth which are not available in repos with greater ease. There are two tools to do this -- Fedora Utils and Autoplus.
The goal of both these tools os to make it easy for you to install/uninstall the above mentioned packages and applications. These tool do much more than that. You can choose the tool you want. Here is a brief description of what each tool focuses on:
Fedora Utils lets you install codecs and additional software, fix problems, tweak and cleanup your system, view system information and much more with just few clicks.
AutoPlus site calls it a "a simple program to make life easier and quicker for installing (also can unistall) those much needed extra's in fedora, and will always be compatible with the latest two releases of Fedora.
To install Fedora Utils open the terminal and run this command.
su -c "curl http://master.dl.sourceforge.net/project/fedorautils/fedorautils.repo -o /etc/yum.repos.d/fedorautils.repo && yum install fedorautils"
In order to install AutoPlus you can open terminal you can run this command
su -c 'yum -y --nogpgcheck install http://dnmouse.org/autoplus-1.4-5.noarch.rpm'
AutoPlus or Fedora Utils?
In my experience Fedora Utils offer more options and tweaks as compared to AutoPlus, but it depends on what you need. I am an Arista user which allows me to transcode movies for my tablet and Fedora Utils offer the application along with many others not available with Autoplus.
Just run Fedora Utils and choose the operation you want to perform and see the progress in the terminal. Let it finish and once it is finished the you can move to perform the next operation. You can install Google Chrome, Google Earth, Skype, Gtalk Plugin and much more from the additional software option.
Though I did not notice any font issues once I switced to Droid, but if you do notice any font rendering issue you can use Fedora Utils to further enhance the font rendering.