Adobe Reader 10.2 brings signature support to mobile devices


Few things can be as irritating as being sent a digital form or document that requires an actual signature. The process typically involves printing the document out, signing it, then scanning/faxing/mailing a copy back to whoever sent it. Adobe Reader 10.2 should eliminate some of that hassle with the introduction of signature support. With an integrated Ink Signature tool users can now create a digital copy of their John Hancock and stamp it onto any document requiring it.

The update also adds free-hand annotation, comments, the ability to fill out PDF forms, and a whole boatload more. The Adobe blog has all the details, so hit up the source link for more information. The new version of Adobe Reader can be found in the Google Play Store now.

Google Play Link: Adobe Reader

[via Adobe]

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