EasySignMobile enters the Facebook fray for iPhone and iPad

Zachary Lutz
Z. Lutz|02.01.12

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EasySignMobile enters the Facebook fray for iPhone and iPad
Need to sign a contract, like, now? There's an app for that. Several actually, but the folks who create EasySignMobile have gone and made their service a bit more accessible to the unwashed masses with an updated version that supports Facebook authentication. The new feature is currently available only for iOS, although we'd imagine Android users will find similar love in the near future, as the company released its first version for Google's platform last October. Also on deck for iPhone and iPad fans, the latest version of EasySignMobile offers integration with Dropbox and Box.net for easy file storage and retrieval. So next time you need to make your mark, perhaps you can reach into your pocket rather than rummage for a pen. Those interested will find the full PR after the break.
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EasySignMobile Brings Facebook Connect and Cloud Integration to eSignature App on iPhone and iPad

EasySignMobile.com, a pioneer in mobile e-signature experience for consumers and businesses, has introduced login via Facebook Connect, integration with popular cloud file sharing services like Dropbox & Box.net, and localization in 6 languages with international character support.

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) January 25, 2012

Striving to offer efficiency and simplicity, EasySignMobile is the first eSignature app on iOS to introduce user authentication via Facebook. "Facebook has become the primary identity of users on the web, making it their go-to choice for logging into popular websites and apps," said Sunil Patro, Co-Founder of EasySignMobile. "Logging in through Facebook allows our users to import contact information automatically from the social network, making it convenient for filling future documents faster."

Other major updates to the app have enabled EasySignMobile users with better accessibility to remote files. EasySignMobile is proud to introduce Dropbox and Box.net integration, allowing users to seamlessly import and save documents that are stored in the cloud.

EasySignMobile has a presence in more than 110 countries and is being used by consumers and businesses to sign and fill documents in their local languages. "Global adoption has been overwhelming and hence going a step further with international character support was a must in our roadmap." said Sunil Patro. The most recent version v3.4.6 of EasySignMobile's iOS App is currently available in 6 international languages including Spanish, French, Italian, German and Russian and supports international characters such as, and not limited to Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Hebrew and Arabic.

"We're proud to be at the forefront of the mobile eSignature solution and look forward to reaching out to new users on other platforms." concluded Patro. EasySignMobile released their Android v1.0 app in October 2011 and has plans to further expand into Windows Phone and Blackberry while further developing functionality for Android.
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