Sign It! - Fill & Sign PDFs
Developer: Crowded Road
Current Version: 1.6
Last Updated: 1 month ago
Download Size: 32.5 MB - Download
NO MORE SCANNING, PRINTING OR FAXING!
► Open a document ► Digitally sign, fill-in forms and annotate ► Email, save or export the updated document
* FEATURES *
• PDF editor with form fill, date/time, rubber stamp, images and digital signature embedding!
• 100% document privacy
• NO registration is ever needed
• NO internet account is ever required.
• Documents are imported and sent directly from your computer to maintain complete privacy and security.
• 100s of customization options
► Please send us your comments, feedback or suggestions for future updates.
- Fixed bugs
- Lots of other improvements
Most Helpful Reviews
Worked like a dream in moments! - Well I never just download apps without recommendations, but finally feeling like printing, signing, scanning, and emailing was archaic I downloaded the app and figured, what the hell…I'll give it a try for 4.99, and you know what…in like five minutes, I had my 1099 filled out, signed and sent to my accountant…It's great, it's fine, and it opened my PDF's. so if you want to sign something just create a PDF file and it's done! Very nice, keep on it, in time it'll be more fluid, but it's great - of course my new mouse signature looks hysterical, but who writes by hand anymore anyway! Good job, I dropped one star only because I know it'll be five starts soon with an update. Nope changed my mind I'm giving you 5 stars…you saved me aggravation and if I never have to waste another sheet of paper to print and sign you will have saved millions of sheets of paper…I hope you get 1 million downloads!
Essentially worthless for any large form - I have several real estate forms I need to fill out, sign and return by email. For some reason, the “security” settings won’t allow me to turn it into a form in Acrobat. The description of this app sounded appealing. Unfortunately, the interface is cumbersome, so much so that it would be WAY faster for me to print out the forms, fill them out by hand, sign them and scan them. What it really needs to do is RECOGNIZE where there are blanks, and allow you to fill them in. Instead, you have to click on where you want a text box to appear. You then have to manually size the text, which is then not centered on the line. You have to manually move the text onto the line. This process makes every single line — no matter how small, e.g. date of birth — take about 30 seconds. I could fill the entire form in by hand in about a minute or two. This might be useful for documents that you ONLY need to sign, but it’s not useful for forms.