If your PDF document has embedded fonts, any viewer on any device should render them as expected. A PDF viewer will replace a font if the document doesn’t have it embedded and if it’s not available on the device.
Here’s how determine if your PDF document has embedded fonts:
Go to the File menu and select Properties, or use the Command + D keyboard shortcut.
Click on the Fonts tab.
You may see the words Embedded Subset (like in the example above) or just the word Embedded. If a subset of a font is embedded, this means only the characters used in that particular document are embedded.
Most PDF-authoring apps like Acrobat Pro support embedding fonts in a PDF document. Make sure you embed the fonts so that your document looks as expected across devices and readers.