Sign or fill out PDF files easily
Sign PDF lets you easily sign PDF documents or fill out any PDF forms, and makes electronic document signing as easy as possible. You can insert text content, images or checkmarks into a PDF file, and create your signature image using trackpad or mouse.
You might have to print the PDF, fill it out and sign manually, scan and send back in the past. Now Sign PDF makes a difference. You don’t need to waste any paper, everything can be done digitally and fast. Simply add text, checkmarks or images to fill out a PDF, create a signature with trackpad and insert it to sign a PDF document. With Sign PDF, you can optimize your workflow and save your time and cost.
It takes only 3 steps to sign a PDF document. 1. Open a PDF document; 2. Fill it out with text or checkmark tools, draw, type or insert your signature image; 3. Save, print or email the signed PDF files.
- You can fill out PDF with text tools, customizable text style, font, and color;
- You can insert any images files into a PDF file;
- You can add checkmarks, stamps;
- You can create and insert a Signature image with transparent background.
- You can email, save or print the edited document in seconds
You can personalize your signature by several ways.
1. Typing text content, you can customize the font style, color etc.
2. Drawing using trackpad or mouse, and insert the signature with transparent background into PDF easily.
3. Insert any existed digital signature image from your local disk.
Sign PDF lets you insert your signature or image files to anywhere within the PDF.
Text, signature, images you added are embedded into PDF. Unlike some of other apps, which just create text boxes and annotations that flow above the content, and can be deleted in PDF Reader. It’s actually a simple PDF Editor either. Once you save the edited document as PDF, it’s not editable. But you can still save as a project file .spd for future editing.
Mac OS X 10.7 or above.
Fully compatible with Lion, Mountain Lion, Mavericks and Yosemite, El Capitan OS X and the latest macOS Sierra.
File Size: 4.3MB, recommended disk space: 100MB