How to sign digital documents on Android and iOS
We all deal with digital documents on a regular basis, but what happens when you get one you need to sign?
Digital document service provider, SignNow, recently released free mobile apps for both Android and iOS devices. The apps allow you to import Word documents, PDFs, or photos, sign them, then send them back--no printing, no wasted paper, and no fuss.
Here's how to sign digital documents with SignNow:
Step 2: Launch SignNow and tap the document icon to open a document.
Step 3: Choose to import a document from e-mail, Dropbox, or take a photo of a document. In this tutorial, we'll choose Open Sample. You can also open an attachment directly from your e-mail app and choose to open it with SignNow.
Step 4: Once you have the document open, navigate to the line(s) you need to sign. You can zoom in on sections by using pinch-to-zoom. After you've located the sections to sign, tap the Signature button.
Step 5: Sign your name on the Draw Signature screen, then tap the OK button.
Step 6: Tap the area of the document where you need to place the signature, then drag it around until it's precisely where you want it. Use the zoom bar to shrink or enlarge the size of the signature. Hit OK then Done to continue.
Step 7: Choose whether to e-mail your signed document now or save it to your device.
That's it. Now you can conveniently sign digital documents from anywhere, freeing you from the shackles of a printer and scanner. Note: the iOS version of the app is integrated with SignNow's online service, but the Android version lacks this integration, for now.