The Daily App; Adobe Reader for Android, iOS2:49 PM EST Tue. Jun. 19, 2012
With a recent update to Adobe Reader, a free PDF viewer app for Android and iOS, PDFs can be electronically signed and shared with ease.
Those who are familiar with the Adobe Reader app know of its ability to provide Android and iOS users to view and access PDF files from their mobile devices from their email or the web. It includes the ability to search through text and view PDF Portfolios (collections of PDF files in a single document), password-protected PDF files, annotations, and drawing markups. When navigating through PDF content, users can add highlights or notes, fill out forms, bookmark text for quickly jumping to a specific section and browse through pages quickly. Viewing large thumbnails allows for quick browsing and by clicking on hyperlinks user will be brought directly to the web browser to view the page.
With Adobe's EchoSign service and the new Ink Signature tool users can electronically sign PDF files with the touch of a finger. They simply click the pen tool and sign their name. After signing the document it can be shared through email, or accessed in any “Open In...” supported app or if iOS users need to print a hard copy, they can do so using the AirPrint feature.