PDF Signer
PDF Signer
1.9.1

3.2

PDF Signer free download for Mac

PDF Signer

1.9.1
16 November 2018

Sign and countersign documents without printing.

Overview

PDF Signer allows you to quickly fill and sign any PDF agreement or form! No need to print and scan! Perfect for:

  • Signing and counter-signing agreements and contracts over email
  • Filling out and saving any PDF Form (W-9, 1040, etc.)

Running a business requires filling forms and signing agreements over email - that can be a major hassle! Usually it means printing, filling out the details manually, and then scanning your document to PDF... only to find out it's too large to send as an attachment. What if you could do it all on your Mac? No prints, no scans?

Features
  • Add text anywhere in any font and size. The text is added as native PDF text
  • Add your scanned signature, or any other image, with full control of size and orientation
  • Rotate entire document with 1-click - perfect for handling documents that were scanned in reverse order
  • No annotations or other objects that stick out in PDF Readers
  • Doesn't blow up file size, to avoid hassles send over email
  • Save as new PDF, or print - up to you

What's new in PDF Signer

Version 1.9.1:
  • Fixed an issue with text stamps sometimes becoming invisible on MacOS 10.14 Mojave.
  • Default text color set to back in dark mode on MacOS 10.14 Mojave.
  • Other minor bug fixes.

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8 PDF Signer Reviews

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Anthony1947
01 January 2014

Most helpful

OR -- you could just use Preview, which is installed on every Mac within the past 5 or so years and do it for FREE.
Like (6)
Version 1.4.2
Doncolore
23 July 2018
This nice app is a single purpose app: just getting a PDF signed in a very fast manor. No other bells and whizzes. It does this almost perfect. If you need a PDF Editor, there are other apps to choose from.
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Version 1.8.0
Gary30
26 June 2014
I acquired this thru a bundle; Otherwise I never would have paid for it. This app is okay but the days when it was really useful seem to have passed. Preview, PDF Pen and other PDF document viewers allow import of signatures. Easiest of all is to just make a transparent background GIF using your favorite image editor, save it and keep it handy and drag it wherever you need it. All free.
Like (2)
Version 1.4.2
Anthony1947
01 January 2014
OR -- you could just use Preview, which is installed on every Mac within the past 5 or so years and do it for FREE.
Like (6)
Version 1.4.2
Timmyb
17 August 2011
FormulatePro (free) can do pretty much the same thing for free.
Like (2)
Version 1.2.0
Birsch
06 April 2011
Does exactly what it say it does, the quickest way to seal a deal and get those PDF agreements executed. I really loved the how the resulting PDF is the same size as the original so it's easy to send back as an attachment.
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Version 1.0.0
gramjee
06 April 2011
I don't understand how people can give low rating to an app they didn't even try and complain about it. I've never seen any demo app on the mac app store. I bought this app based on the reviews in the app store and I am quite happy with it. It doesn't do much but does what is says and does it well. I miss some features but the developer says updates are planned. I can now easily add my signature to a bunch of pdf docs without all the hassle. It's simple, clean and efficient, well worth the $10.
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Version 1.0.0
Salesman1
05 April 2011
Where's the demo? Why should I pay $10 to see if I like it? Bad move...
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Version 1.0.0
3 answer(s)
normb
normb
05 April 2011
ditto ditto I for one will not use Apple's model of - buy first - then argue later for one's money back Apple needs to address this issue . . .
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Chin
Chin
23 August 2011
Have a look here: http://pdfsign.com/PDF%20Signer%20Demo.dmg
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lacwbo
lacwbo
16 August 2013
I agree, no demo, no buy. I realize that the app store does not allow demos; however the dev could offer one from his own site.
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normb
05 April 2011
Well I guess it had to happen - an app that I would like to try before I buy, from the developer - not from the Apple Store, where it appears I now have to buy it before I get to try it out !! I am not yet familiar with the A/Store, but I gather one must access this via the Dock. Well, a message for you Steve: - some of us don't hardly ever use the Dock - not at all - thanks to Dock Gone. One of the nice aspects of the Mac is the ability to "tune" one's system just the way one wants - and the Dock does not feature for me. Pity - looks like I won't be able to try this interesting app for a while anyway.
Like (2)
Version 1.0.0
3 answer(s)
Commercial-Resource-Management
Commercial-Resource-Management
05 April 2011
App Store is also in the Apple menu
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Bolonga
Bolonga
23 October 2012
... and in Spotlight and anyway in the /Application folder. Or use the Terminal, Automator, AppleScript etc. One of the nice aspects of the Mac is that you can use it just the way you want - if you have the ability. And what does that have to do with this particular app?
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Bolonga
Bolonga
23 October 2012
That should read /Applications of course. Sorry
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