Top 5 Mobile Signature Apps

While digital signatures have existed for a while, it’s only in the last decade that they have become accepted worldwide as a legal alternative to the standard hand written signature. While there are a handful of desktop and cloud electronic signature software, mobile apps that follow current legislation to ensure that your e-signatures are valid in court are still hard to find.

Here’s a list of 5 great apps that are not only great and inexpensive, but are generally just amazing to use.


RightSignature is one of the most innovative e-signature software providers that currently exist. While you will need to sign up to their plans for desktop software, their mobile app is by far one of the easiest to use for technophobes. It allows users to use click-to-sign authentication and text forms.


e-SignLive is both a cloud and mobile based e-signature solution. It’s definitely the most robust out of all existing electronic signature software. This means that you will be able to use the same solution for both desktop and mobile signing. In addition to the standard digital handwritten signatures, users can also use click-to-sign and voice signatures to authenticate their electronic documents. In addition, they can integrate with the most services such as Dropbox, Google Docs, Google Drives and Box.


SignNow is an app that was specifically designed for use on all types of mobile devices. SignNow allows user to sign a variety of documents from emails, camera, and even Dropxbox.  All it allows you to take advantage of your touch screen or use pre-saved signature and signed documents are saved via the cloud or sent by email.


EchoSign by Adobe is a great application for electronic signing. While the app requires a EchoSign account for desktop. You can use it to sign with your finger or stylus and use documents from your EchoSign document library.  In addition, you can also review and sign documents without a network and schedule the document to be sent at a later time.

DocuSign Ink

DocuSign Ink  offers additional capabilities in terms of encryption and authentication but is almost identical to SignNow. This particular app also creates an easy to access document trail that indicates who signed what, where, and when. This is great for companies that want an obvious audit trail.  This paid version also enables users to send documents to multiple parties and to create reminders via email. Both these functions are available with e-SignLive and EchoSign as well.


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