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SignEasy’s iPhone app redesigned for iOS 7, including offline editing and faster signing

April 2nd, 2014 at 12:09 PM
SignEasy iOS 7 Update Download

SignEasy has long since been one of my go-to apps for iOS and Android, and it’s getting quite a bit better today for users of the former platform. The app has been totally retooled for iOS 7, and a number of the niggles that plagued earlier versions have been addressed in this build.

Available now in the App Store, the fresh SignEasy looks monumentally better, loads far more quickly, and has a much improved navigational structure. You’ll also be able to sign documents while offline, requiring around half as many clicks/taps as before. In-app edits are now less cumbersome, with instant edit/delete, tap + zoom on all document elements, and preview page thumbnails for a better view of lengthy documents.

In my testing of the revised app, I found it to be far more enjoyable to use — it’s a good thing getting even better. There’s also an in-app ability to import documents from Mail, Camera Roll, Dropbox, Box, Evernote and Google Drive, making it much easier to actually get documents in for signing than before.

The search function has received a major boost, and it’s easier than ever to rename documents within the app and email signed docs to anyone you choose. As before, you can instruct the app to automatically upload finalized paperwork to a number of cloud services. The company’s also touting a major burst in downloads, with the two million mark within earshot.

The basic functions are free to use, while heavier users can pony up for advanced features via in-app purchases.




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