The app lets you draw and add a signature, as well as text, images, dates and checkbox symbols to documents in a range of file formats, including PDFs, Word files and JPGs.
When you receive a document in your inbox, collaboration app (such as Slack) or cloud storage space, just tap the Share icon and find the SignEasy button in the menu.
You can add elements and edit or resize them easily, and then share it via email. The UI is easy to work with and makes it a cinch to sign and send documents quickly.
SignEasy lets you sign 10 documents for $5 as part of its basic plan. You can upgrade to Pro ($40 per user per year) or Business ($80 per user per year) to work with unlimited documents and unlock additional features like freestyle drawing, Dropbox, Google Drive and Evernote integration, offline signing, a digital audit trail for all your paperwork and TouchID security.
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