How To Sign Documents on iOS

How to sign documents on your iPhone without a third-party app or DocuSign.

  1. Open the document (PDF or other) on your iPhone or iPad (works in the Photos app too)
  2. Tap the circled marker icon to enable Markup (usually in the bottom right or top right corner)
  3. Now tap the + icon and choose Signature
  4. Now you can pick an existing signature or tap Add or Remove Signature to manage them
  5. Place your signature where you’d like it and resize it by using the blue dots in the corners
  6. Along with your signature, you can of course add handwritten dates, initials, or anything else

iPhone: Video while Taking Photos

Want a quick video while taking photos without switching modes? Simply hold down the photo shutter button and it will begin recording a video until you release the button and return you to taking photos.

Video while Taking Photos

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