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May 10 2022
by Eamon Mallon
This post explains every significant change in the latest version of our Android PDF SDK. Check out the
Signing documents on an Android device can be difficult and result in a less-than-perfect signature. With this in mind, we’ve added the capability to type signatures, resulting in a clean and clear signing workflow throughout the document. Typed signatures are available by default. You can activate them by tapping the “T” icon under the signature entry field.
Next, users can now align text horizontally and vertically using new alignment options in the free text tool. This will help your users create content to their desired appearance for an entire paragraph.
Our new sound annotation UI lets users drag the UI around the screen, playback audio, pause, and resume recording. Users can also annotate and scroll through the document now.
Creating a collaboration client has been made easier with the latest version of our flagship SDK. PDFTron offers a pre-built
We hope you’re as excited as we are about adding the ability to type signatures in documents along with sound annotations, and more. You can see typed signatures and other 9.2.2 changes in action today by visiting our live Android
As always, we’d love your feedback on what features to roll out next and how we can further enhance the user experience. Don’t hesitate to let our developers know your thoughts by
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Today, we’re excited to introduce PDF typed signatures, free text alignment and much more with version 9.2.2 of our PDFTron Android SDK.
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