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EasySign Mobile 3.1 Released


EasySign Mobile has announced the release of version 3.1.0 for the iPhone and iPad. EasySign is now simpler (and better looking) than ever. With an all-new interface that makes managing and signing documents hassle-free, EasySign now allows users to import custom images of their signatures straight into any document. It’s the perfect way to ensure pixel-perfect accuracy of your signatures while having the freedom to be mobile with EasySign.
In addition, v3.1.0 now allows users to save favorite default settings like signature color, text color, and date formats; to make signing multiple documents faster and easier. Following the positive response of v3.0, EasySign has also extended the variety of credit packs available for In-App-Purchase to include unlimited usage as well as units of 3 and 5 documents.
Upon downloading EasySign v3.1.0, customers receive 3 free credits and a sample document for unlimited testing and sharing with friends. Additional credits are available for purchase in sets of 3 ($0.99), 5 ($1.99),10 ($2.99), 20 ($4.99), 50 ($6.99) documents, or unlimited usage ($14.99) and then deducted for each unique document that users sign & save.
This allows those in search of an e-signature solution to try EasySign risk-free, offers greater flexibility for different levels of users, and avoids the burden of expensive monthly subscription charges currently found in the e-signature marketplace.
EasySign utilizes the iPhone’s touchscreen by enabling users to capture and place their unique signature along with custom text and timestamps into any PDF, Microsoft Office Document, or image file. Save time, money, and resources by avoiding the hassle of printing, scanning, faxing – whether in the office or on the road. EasySign soon plans to debut an iPad-native application.
Pricing and Availability:
EasySign Mobile 3.1.0 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Business category.

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