Now with the all-new signature sync feature, you can quickly take a picture of your signature using the Adobe Acrobat Reader mobile app and use it when signing across desktop, web, and mobile devices.
When you save your signature, it’s automatically uploaded to Adobe Document Cloud in the background and synced to all your devices or apps. When you open a document for signing, the signature is downloaded in real-time if it's not available locally and made available for use.
Here’s how to get started:
Capture your signature on mobile
You can capture a signature from your mobile camera using the Adobe Acrobat Reader mobile app, and save it to sync it across desktop, web, and other mobile devices.
Before you capture your signature, ensure that you are signed in to your Adobe Document Cloud account. (Tap the tools icon in the upper left of any view, or swipe right from the left side of your device, and then tap My Account/Sign In.)
DO THE FOLLOWING ON YOUR IOS OR ANDROID DEVICE:
Open a PDF in the Adobe Acrobat Reader mobile app, and tap anywhere in the PDF to open the menus if they are hidden.
Tap and .
If no signature has been previously stored on the device, tap Create Signature, or to replace an existing signature, tap ClearSaved Signature and re-tap > Create Signature.
Tap to use your camera to capture an image of your signature.
You can also Hand draw a signature or tap to choose an image on your device.
Tap Save Signature and then tap Done.
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