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Description

The free Adobe Fill & Sign app lets you fill, sign, and send any form fast. You can even snap a picture of a paper form and fill it in on your phone or tablet. Then e-sign and send. No printing or faxing needed.

HOW IT WORKS:

• FILL. Scan paper forms with your camera or open a file from email. Tap to enter text or checkmarks in form fields. Fill forms even faster with custom autofill entries.

• SIGN. Easily create your signature with your finger or a stylus, then apply your signature or initials to the form.

• SEND. Save forms and send to others immediately via email.

It’s that easy.

WHAT CAN ADOBE FILL & SIGN DO FOR YOU?

• GET IT DONE NOW. Fill in forms anytime, anywhere.

• GO GREEN. Send forms by email to eliminate printing and faxing.

• STAY ORGANIZED. Store your forms in one place.

Terms & Conditions: Your use of this application is governed by the Adobe General Terms of Use (https://www.adobe.com/legal/terms-linkfree.html) and the Adobe Privacy Policy (https://www.adobe.com/privacy/policy-linkfree.html)
Do Not Sell My Personal Information: https://www.adobe.com/privacy/ca-rights-linkfree.html

What’s New

Version 21.8.1

IMPROVED:
• Performance and stability.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
83K Ratings

83K Ratings

geminiqt76 ,

Love it! #Grateful

I have been through many frustrations trying to find an easy way to sign documents I’ve had a few things to come up and I don’t have a Microsoft office subscription I couldn’t figure out my Microsoft office password to use the free resource online and I was so glad I ran across this well I am so glad I ran across this I was able to sign a document for my daughter school right on my iPhone without using a computer desktopAnd I had many options it was quick to access the document they have a variety of ways to access the documents a variety of features to circle or check boxes or delete if you make an error safe send is a one stop shop and user-friendly thank you thank you thank you so much!! I’m going to now look for it on my laptop the document I just filled out was a one pager I have a few pages to fill out with another document I will be looking this up thank you again

LongShadow ,

Works well but Adobe needs end-user input for better UI

For the most part, it is similar to using the PC version of Acrobat with the Fill & Sign capability. Which means it still thinks you're using a PC instead of a tablet or phone screen. So if you have the Apple pencil, you cannot use it to sign the document, but to can use it to create a stored signature that is inserted into the document. I would much rather sign on the document itself as the whole point is to sign and not insert the same exact stored copy of my signature into every document. Sort of dumb.
Also when inserting a field to type in text, it doesn't seem to see the context so it just puts it on the point you touched rather than attempts to align it. Which is odd because the Check-Box feature is very well done so they are doing context checking.
Lastly, it would be nice to be able to use the Pencil instead of my finger to do the field inserts--that might be a feature, but it didn't occur when I tapped my pencil--the pencil only seemed to select and then create my pre-created signature or initials.

Bjaxstriker ,

Unusable for Blind People

I’ve opened PDFs on browsers and had them read fine, while the issue there was that you couldn’t click and edit them. I downloaded this app hoping it would solve that problem and be an improvement over the web version, which says it has accessibility settings but often shows the document as completely blank. This app is the exact same thing. I open a document which reads out fine in the web browser, and that also reads fine when I first open it as an email attachment on my phone, but as soon as I copy it to adobe fill and sign, each page shows up as one image so I can’t tap on the area that I need to enter text in. Adobe has the largest product line around reading PDFs. Their products have been around for over a decade at this point. I’m sure you’re capable of figuring out how to make PDFs both readable and editable for screen reader / voiceover users when other avenues are only one step away from having that be the case. It would make the nightmare of having to fill out documents for work and other purposes irrelevant, and it’s an issue that really shouldn’t still exist given today’s technological advancements.

App Privacy

The developer, Adobe Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Diagnostics
  • Other Data

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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