Sign a PDF
By Raj Kumar Shaw
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The speed of business requires you to be able to sign and counter-sign documents in a heartbeat. Sign a PDF allows you to use a paperless trail to deal with incoming documents and contracts. Fill in the blanks and sign your John Hancock leaving our forests intact.
The main focus of Sign a PDF was for users to be able to easily manipulate their documents. The entire app was designed to hide the complexity of the process of manipulating PDF"s behind a simple slick interface. This app has everything you need to deal with incoming PDF's.
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What's New in Version 1.2
Updates on layout
I just needed something really simple to sign a pdf. Usually I end up using an iPad App called Sign Now, but that requires me to email a PDF to myself once signed. Bringing me here for an OSX equivalent. I have a touch pad so I didn't think it would be an issue. However the window used for the signature area was too small for me to create a natural looking signature.
You have to write with your mouse if you want to input your "signature". Honestly, it looked like my 2nd grade son tried to write my name. It only "remembers" one "signature". I needed a simplw tool to do a simplw thing and I wasted 3 bucks and over an hour trying to get this thing to work. If you want to text in notes, then fine. But I'm so dissappointed that I'll give this product an emotional 1 star. It's really a 2 star product but it didn't do what I needed it to do.
Works with your trackpad.
App works fine with the trackpad. Why would you use your mouse? App is simple to use and swift to get documnets out the door.
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Nov 01, 2012
- Version: 1.2
- Size: 2.7 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Raj Kumar Shaw
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Compatibility: OS X 10.6.6 or later