How does SignEasy work on the iOS app?


Our SignEasy iOS app is available to everyone on the App Store and the subscription will be carried automatically across all your devices. 


If you are new to SignEasy, just tap "Sign Up" from the login screen and jump into our trial. 


You may Sign Up by entering your name, email and password. You may also use any of our Common Identity logins, namely Google or Facebook to Sign Up.



Note: SignEasy will only work on iOS 10 or later, earlier versions are not supported.


What information can I add to my document using the SignEasy iOS app?

  • Select the document you’d like to work with using the import(+) option.

  • Use the Signature Toolbar to add any information to the document like the Signature, Initials, Date, Text, freestyle annotation, checkboxes and images.

  • Each option in the toolbar will pop up a window, giving you even more control over customising the information.


Do my documents sync across the SignEasy app on my devices?

  • All the documents which are available in the SignEasy app will automatically get synced across all your devices. Just be sure you are logged in with the same credentials on both devices.


Will the status of my documents sync across my devices?

  • We’ll take care of that as well! If you save or complete a document on the Web or Mobile app, the document will reflect accordingly as  Draft, Pending, or Completed across all your devices.

  • You can download, email, or send the document out to your cloud storage account from any device. You don’t ever need to feel tied to a single platform; SignEasy goes where you go!


What are the document types supported in the SignEasy iOS app?

SignEasy supports the following document types:

  • Adobe (.pdf)

  • MS-Office (.doc, .docx, .xls, .xlsx, xlsm, .ppt, .pptx, .csv)

  • Open-Office (.odt, .ods,. odp)

  • Text (.txt)

  • Web (.html, .xml, .htm)

  • Rich Text Format (.rtf)

  • Images (.jpg, .jpeg, .bmp, .png, .tif, .tiff, .gif)


For security reasons, we convert the files into a PDF file(regardless of original format) as soon as the document is imported. When you email or download the file it will retain the PDF format.