Was the best, now, not so much WAS The Best PDF Signing App Out There. NOW every update it gets worse. There seems to be a minor fix in that you can open the sign/txt/date menu with one click instead of many. That is until you delete any added txt, then it's back to the ways of old. PLEASE FIX THIS NOW
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Since the past couple of updates, it's been a pain in the butt trying to get the box to pop up to be able to fill and sign the form. This app used to be great. Now I'm searching for another. ** UPDATE 7/7/15** I an actively testing other signing apps because this app has gotten so bad, show, and cumbersome to use. It used to be the best now it ranks, in my opinion, among the worst.
Great for signing but terrible for uploading I'm an EA & Office Manager so I'm getting the Managing Partners to sign things all day long (as well as signing things myself for office contracts, payments, etc) and find that uploading online and sending to my bosses to sign on their way to meetings works great! It's certainly made all of our lives easier except.. The app is absolute garbage. Can't upload a single file. Ever. If the app was half as intuitive as the full Web version you'd have 5 stars but as it's only good for signing I give this 1 star.
Good at first I breezed through my first pdf, (signing, adding text, etc) and now, on my second pdf it will not let me move any of the selected text I choose. I've uninstalled and reinstalled. Turned my phone off and on. Nothing is working.
Works great except The only issue is you have to send the documents using your personal email address, a security risk and unprofessional. On the web portal, the documents are sent directly from CudaSign. CudaSign also needs 2FA.
Ridiculous Compared to the iOS app, this is utter garbage. Impossible to zoom in easily, impossible to place text without fighting with the app. You guys need to fix this.
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