[iOS] Sign documents and draw on attachments in Mail

The latest issue with Apple’s mobile OS is full of interesting features, and even a small of them are able to simplify the use of the device, allowing a fresh look at familiar things. For example, new features have got built-in email client that makes email easier on iOS and let’s see how it looks.

Love to draw on photos before sending by e-mail? In Cupertino you can hear, because with the built-in iOS 9 tool to make it easier. All we have to do ā€” choose the desired image, paste it using the context menu, tap on the empty field, and make the same clicking on it. We are interested in the item called “Markup”; for example, you can sign the card.

But that’s not all. Updated Mail can sign a document, which is attached to the email as an attachment ā€” it is enough to open and the last to touch the screen at any point, then click on the suitcase icon in the lower right corner. It is also equipped with the signature button to open the toolbar: adding the signature and saving it as a template, you can easily insert it into the document.

Hopefully, the new iOS features will make communication more enjoyable, and business correspondence faster. Good luck with your letters!

Clifton Nichols

Clifton Nichols

Hi! Iā€™m Clifton and I am a full-stack engineer with a passion for building performant and scalable applications that are beautiful and easy to use.

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