Adobe updates app for e-signing documents
Posted on 12 June 2013.
Adobe updated the Adobe EchoSign e-signing offering with an updated offline iOS app and other new features to enhance mobility and usability for e-signing contracts, agreements and other critical business documents.


New features:

Adobe EchoSign for iOS 2 – Now Adobe EchoSign users can get business done whether they’re online or offline and have access to all of their critical documents regardless of location. Adobe EchoSign for iOS version 2 lets you sign documents offline and automatically synchronize them back to the cloud on your iPad.

A completely redesigned user interface for sending, signing and managing transactions simplifies signing documents or getting documents signed in-person when sender and signer are co-located. Leveraging Adobe's unique expertise in document processing, PDF rendering and intuitive user interface design, the iOS native signing interface is optimized for touch interfaces and features high quality zoom and smooth navigation.

Real-time calculations – Create dynamic contracts by building fields into your contracts for which values get automatically calculated based on a formula or rule. For example, using the real-time calculation function, if a customer changes the size or volume of a shipment within the contract, the price is recalculated. Calculations can be based on form fields or other calculated fields and can include mathematical functions or conditional logic.

Improved document readability – Significantly improved image quality and performance through best in industry Adobe image processing libraries allow users to zoom in and out for better readability of agreements during signing and form field authoring.

Brand enhancements – With this release, the already customizable and easy electronic signing experience has been improved to better align with the customers brand and business processes when getting documents signed.





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