March 30, 2012 in Software (F)
[prMac.com] Hangzhou, China - Enolsoft Co., Ltd., a professional multimedia software developer, today officially announces the release of PDF Sign for Mac - a simple yet useful tool for Mac users to sign PDF contracts with digital signature or scanned images using the mouse or trackpad.
Enolsoft PDF Sign for Mac helps Mac users to sign PDF agreements or contracts directly with digital signatures. With this PDF Signature tool, signing agreements or contracts over email becomes much easier, users are able to sign PDF documents by either creating a new signature with mouse/trackpad or loading in scanned signatures.
Key Features of Enolsoft PDF Sign for Mac include:
* Supports to sign PDF files directly without prints and scans.
* Supports to sign PDF with scanned signature or image.
* Create and save your signatures with the mouse or trackpad.
* Batch processing supported.
* Very easy to use.
* Free lifetime upgrade and support.
* Standalone software, no Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader required!
"Wanna to append a digital signature to your PDF document on Mac but don't wanna purchase full license of Acrobat Professional?" said Marrisa Liu, Manager of PDF project of Enolsoft Corporation. "Enolsoft PDF Sign for Mac is such an ideal tool that provides super straightforward and easy way to sign your PDF documents with digital signatures, with no Adobe Acrobat needed", she added.
Pricing and Availability:
Retailed for $14.95 (USD), the Enolsoft PDF Sign for Mac is available now through the Enolsoft website.
* 1G Hz or above Intel processor
* 512 MB physical RAM (memory) or more
* 1024768 or higher resolution display
* Mac OS X 10.5 and newer
Enolsoft is passionate about utility productivity, offering a comprehensive range of products that can be used in many areas of multimedia, with a strong focus on PDF tools. Additionally, Enolsoft offers video conversion, YouTube HD downloading and converting apps. Copyright (C) 2011 Enolsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.