Adobe Release Fill & Sign App On The Play Store Offering Digital Document Signing

Most people will be well-versed when it comes to Adobe and their PDF format. If you are not that often encountering PDF's anymore in your daily routine then you might not pay much attention to what is going on with Adobe. However, for those out there who are still highly dependent on PDF's then Adobe have been making a number of changes of late. Ones which will make your Adobe life much smoother, more modern and certainly more digital.

It was only last week that the news came in that Abode were launching their new Document Cloud service which was looking to offer a more digital extension of the PDF's lifespan. In short, Document Cloud was designed to keep your PDF's organised, safe and secure. Not to mention, is also designed to make your PDF's far more accessible when on-the-go and from wherever. Well, a week on from the Document Cloud news and it looks like a new app has popped up on the Play Store in the last couple of days. The new app is dubbed 'Adobe Fill & Sign'.

Adobe Fill & Sign allows users to fill out documents digitally. This includes the ability to sign documents which needs to be signed but received via a digital platform. Taking away the need to print, sign, scan and send back. With this app, you will be able to do all of this directly from within the app. Note to mention, the app also offers the ability to scan physical documents and edit as needed and digitally. By simply snapping an image of the document, the app will arrange and prepare a digital version which can then be completed and signed as needed. In fact, the service is rather similar to that by DocuSign which came to the market towards the end of last year for the desktop and more recently in app form. However, it is presumed this one will work in a far more integrated manner with the Adobe ecosystem. The app is available to download now from the Play Store and is free. You can grab your copy by clicking the source link below.

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