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If you are looking for DigiSigner, you have come to the right place. We explain what DigiSigner is and point you to the official download.

What is DigiSigner?

DigiSigner is a PDF viewer tool to digitally sign PDF documents and authenticate signatures as well. DigiSigner helps users create invisible and professional looking clear signatures. DigiSigner presents and verifies current digital signature in the document. Users can right-click mouse menu to open PDFs in DigiSigner. Versions for Mac and Linux are applicable.

DigiSigner lets users sign their documents quick and easy. They don't have to print, scan or fax anything anymore. They can request their customers, business partners and employees for document signing so they can close their deals faster. Every signature done with DigiSigner is legally binding. Their signatures are in accordance with U.S. and European Union eSignature laws and are accepted in court. Electronic signatures are recognized as a modern way to sign documents. Users can generate handwritten signatures by using their mouse, uploading their signature image or by just typing their name. They can sign documents wherever they are without searching for a lost file or agreements which are located in one place.

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File types supported by DigiSigner

Our users primarily use DigiSigner to open these file types:

About file types supported by DigiSigner

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If you have additional information about which types of files DigiSigner can process, please do get in touch - we would love hearing from you.

Last updated: : December 8, 2014