April 14, 2014

SignEasy – Collect E-Signatures on Mobile

Fax or email a contract to be signed, and you could be waiting days to receive a response. Hand over an iPhone, and your document will be signed in a flash. SignEasy is a tool that professionals can use to collect signatures electronically using mobile tools like iPhones, iPads, and Android smartphones. These signatures are legally binding, and they can help businesses save money on paper and printing costs.

When you use SignEasy, you can enable employees to sign contracts and collect in-person signatures when they’re outside the office. Create an account or login to the mobile app through Facebook Connect, then import a document that needs to be signed by tapping on an email attachment. You can also bring in a file from Dropbox, Box, or Evernote. Scroll through the pages of your file until you find the one you need to edit, then tap on that page and tap on the pen to place your signature on the page. You also have the option of placing your initials, the date, text, or company logos to the document. To collect signatures from clients in-person, choose the second or third-party signature options and hand over your phone. Clients can sign their names with a finger, and you can once again place their signatures right on the document.

When you’re done collecting signatures, tap the “finish” button. SignEasy will create a PDF version of your executed document. This file can then be sent via email or exported to other file storage apps. For realtors and other professionals who frequently execute contracts in the field, SignEasy could be an incredibly useful application to try.

Practical Uses:

  • Collect signatures on your smartphone or tablet
  • Quickly gather signatures from two or more clients in one place
  • Execute contracts in minutes rather than days
  • Export signed contracts to cloud storage apps like Dropbox

Insider Tips:

  • SignEasy offers a slider tool that makes it easy to resize your signature to fit any document.
  • Set up default signatures and initials in the mobile app to expedite the process
  • SignEasy keeps both the original and signed version of each document
  • Import contracts from Dropbox, Box, or Evernote
  • Rename any document by tapping and holding on the document name

What we liked:

  • People can quickly collect signatures using tools they already have available
  • SignEasy supports many different file types, including PDFs, Word, and Excel files
  • Users can create passcodes to protect their signatures from unauthorized use
  • SignEasy connects with many popular cloud storage apps

What we didn’t like:

  • Some people might find it challenging to resize signature to fit documents on small smartphone screens


Company Info:

  • Launched: 2010
  • Privately Held
  • Headquarters: San Francisco, California
  • Founded by: Sunil Patro
  • Web site:


  • Basic plan runs on a pay-as-you-go model
  • Premium plan is $30 per user, per year
  • Business plan is $60 per user, per year

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