MuchMoreGovern all activities

Define all steps in the signing process, including the ability to position signature fields, and define the necessary attachments and group form fields into areas, which makes it easier to guide the signer through the document in the right order. Specify compulsory or optional tasks, and define policies to enable or forbid certain actions on or with the document, such as making annotations or saving, e-mailing, and printing documents.

Add annotations and attachments

Enter text or add attachments such as photos from the built-in camera of your device to the document.

Fill out and sign PDF forms

Fill in your form fields directly from within the SIGNificant application and allow automated form data extraction of signed documents. Form data to be edited can also be prefilled from external apps.

Offline processing for mobile use cases

Mobile use cases often involve situations where online connectivity simply is not possible. This is why SIGNificant allows you to work with your documents and form templates fully offline, enabling you to complete the data capture and signing process with customers without any server connectivity. You can even manage multiple documents and form templates offline. Necessary server synchronization automatically occurs in the background when internet connectivity is available.

Advertising on signature pads and screens

Use the full potential of signature pads and pen displays to improve your customer communication and run tailored advertisments while those devices are not in use.

Unfortunately, some PDF-viewers, for example, for the iPad (including the default reader that comes with the iPad), do not yet fully support PDF standard annotations and digital signatures. Such applications often simply ignore the annotation “layer” of standard PDF documents. In order to be able to view PDF annotations and digital signatures in such applications, these elements must be “flattened” into the normal content layer. There are some solutions that “ignore” this issue and actually modify the normal content layer “hard-code”. They simply embed a graphical representation of annotations and signatures into the normal content layer. While this approach has a certain advantage (no problem with those PDF viewers), the main disadvantage of it is that it alters the original PDF content in an irreversible manner. You won’t be able to delete or modify this imitation of an annotation later and you will lose all the biometrical information in the signature. All that remains is a graphical representation. This is not how we prefer to treat your PDF documents. Our signatures and annotations comply with ISO PDF Specification, meaning that annotations can be removed or modified later by PDF processing programs, and all signatures contain all the biometeric informations. Having said that, in some of our apps, we still provide you with the possibility of flattening the PDFs, if you wish.

Getting use to a good stylus can help minimize the urge to grab paper and pen when you have an idea to jot down or want to capture a signature.

Stylus Pen Reviews:

Collected by 

  1. Pogo Stylus and Pogo Sketch
  2. Brvsh Stylus
  3. Stylus-R-Us (Several Models)
  4. Stylus Socks Pro
  5. Nomad Brush (Original mil series)
  6. DAGi P501 and P503
  7. oStylus
  8. Wacom Bamboo Stylus solo
  9. XStylus Touch Transforming Stylus
  10. GoSmart Stylus Series 200 and 300
  11. Wacom Bamboo Stylus pocket
  12. TruGlide from LYNKtec
  13. Nomad FLeX Paintbrush Stylus
  14. Su-Pen Stylus from MetaMoJi
  15. Sensu Brush & Stylus in One
  16. TruGlide Pro Precision & Artist Paintbrush Tip
  17. Nomad Mini 2 Dual-Tip Brush/Nib Stylus

Electronic Stylus Pens:

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