SignFlow - eSign PDF Editor

SignFlow Chromebook App Download

Download SignFlow For Chromebook

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2021-10-31
  • Current Version: 1.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 19.64 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.13 or later.

How To Download SignFlow - eSign PDF Editor On Chromebook

If you're looking to Download SignFlow on your Chromebook laptop Then read the following guideline.

Simple but mighty! SignFlow makes reading, annotating, editing, e-sign, organizing, filling, secure PDFs effortless! Packed with essential PDF tools, SignFlow is your best PDF files partner. SignFlow allows you to apply a legally-binding digital signature in PDFs, and it provides an effortless PDF solution for you to create, edit and fill out PDF forms. You can edit text in PDFs like word, manage and edit PDF pages, annotate and view your PDFs. Read PDF - Open PDF files from the Finder and view multiple files in one tab simultaneously. Support Drag & Drop - Reading modes: view file in full-screen, page-fit, book mode, read mode, continuous and page break - Customize and personalize toolbar to provide easy access to frequently-used features - Quickly navigate PDF files by page thumbnails or outlines - Switch themes from light mode, dark mode, sepia mode and reseda mode to please your eyes Markup / Annotation Expert - Markup, highlight, underline, strikeout text in PDFs - Annotate PDF, add comment, text box, anchored note, freehand drawing, stamps, insert shapes(rectangle, circle, line, arrow), hyperlink, etc. - Add/edit links. Target link to a specific page in page number, external website(URL) and email - Apply standard business stamps(like APPROVED) or create custom dynamic seals and digital identity stamps with an automatic date Digital Sign PDFs - e-Signing documents. Apply a certificate-based signature(p12) on a document with a digital ID - Create a self-signed digital ID for a legal signature to protect electronic documents against fraud - Customize the e signature appearance. You can personalize signing information like signer name, date, reason, logo and more - eSign PDF documents, no signee and signable pdf files limits - Sign PDF or add digital signature with no need to sign up an account Organize / Edit Pages - Manage pages of a document such as reorganize, renumber, insert, extract, rotate and delete pages. - Insert a blank page or borrow pages from another PDF into the existing PDF - Extract pages or drag selected pages out to create a new PDF - Rotate and delete pages in a PDF Edit PDF Text - PDF text editing like Word. You can replace, add, change or delete texts in PDFs. Font attributes (font size&text color) are changeable Form Creator & PDF Filler - Create and edit fillable PDF forms with interactive fields, such as text fields, checkboxes, radio buttons, list boxes, combo boxes, and etc. - Form editor allows you to group form fields and align form elements as you need - Work with static PDF forms created in Adobe Acrobat Secure & Share PDF - Set a password and permissions to protect PDFs from being opened, copied, edited, moved, printed by unauthorized users - Save and share your files (original PDF, Flattened PDF) to others Terms of service Have any feedback, comments or issues? Please contact us directly at



  • I’m loving it so far!

    By homeydaug
    I was using a Foxit PDF editing software on my Mac for the last few years, because I heard it was the best a while back. But I kept finding that it was quite annoying to use, lacking certain features, having a confusing interface for basic things, etc. I heard about PDF Reader Pro on Reddit recently, where lots of people were saying that it was the best option for Mac. In combination with their SignFlow software, I give 5 stars for this feature-rich and easy to use software, and for top-notch customer support so far. One of the things that I noticed about Foxit was that Mac seemed to be a second priority next to Windows, where features and help articles almost always applied only to Windows and not to Mac. It was super frustrating. But PDF Reader Pro and SignFlow seems to prioritize Mac as well, which is such a nice change! I hope to keep using this for a long long time.