How To Edit & Sign PDF On Android (2024)

Learn how to edit and sign PDF documents on Android devices (phones, tablets etc). It's free and quick!
How To Edit & Sign PDF On Android (2024)
Last updated on:
December 29, 2023
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Working on the go isn't as hard as you may think. Our eSignature software helps you eSign documents on Android devices, as well as to build and edit them.

In this guide, you're going to learn everything about using an Android to edit a PDF so you can get work done with ease even when you're on the go.

By the end of this post, you're actually going to leave with an edited PDF on Android, as we've added our editing tool on this very page for your accessibility.

Without any further ado, let's jump into the guide.

How to edit a PDF file on Android (free)

  1. Go to our PDF editor (added below this list);
  2. Upload a document;
  3. Edit the doc: add text fields, sign etc;
  4. Apply changes & Download the edited file.

It's that easy to edit a PDF on Android — it works just the same as on desktop, and you don't have to waste any time but rather earn more of it.

How To Edit PDF On Android

Edit PDF files on Android using any of your devices, regardless of the platform: our software is designed to run smoothly on any Android phone and tablet.

How to sign a PDF document on Android (free)

  1. Upload the PDF document;
  2. Select the signature field (left side);
  3. Drag your signature anywhere on the file;
  4. Apply changes & Download the signed PDF.

That's how you electronically sign a PDF using your Android device. Now, keep in mind that step number 2 will differ according to your case:

  • If you already have a signature, you will simply click the signature field and it will appear on the screen → you can move then move it on the file;
  • If you don't have a signature, you will first have to create your online signature (use text, draw it, or upload a picture) and then add it to the Document.

Creating your eSignature is quick and won't take more than a few seconds.

How to sign a Word document on Android (free)

Use your Android phone or tablet to electronically sign a Word document:

  1. Go to our Word signer (see the box below);
  2. Locate & Upload your MS-Word document;
  3. Create your eSignature (takes ~15 seconds);
  4. Add your signature to the file;
  5. Download it.

SignHouse is designed to help you sign documents of any type using Android devices: PDF, Word, images — you name it, we'll help you sign.

If you're on desktop, you might want to see how to draw signature in Word. The process is different, as the Word desktop app has more accessible features.

That's all you need to know about signing PDF and Word documents on Android!


How to edit a PDF on Android?

Editing PDF documents on any Android device works the same:

  1. Upload your PDF document;
  2. Edit text or add any new blocks;
  3. Sign & Download the file.

Editing PDF files using Android phones or tablets is 100% free and it takes no more than 10 seconds of your time. That easy!

How do I sign a document on Android?

Sign documents online using your Android device like so:

  1. Go to our PDF editor;
  2. Upload your document;
  3. Make changes;
  4. Download it.

Can I sIgn documents on my Android device?

Yes, you can use your Android phone or tablet to sign any document: PDF, DOCX, JPG, PNG, or anything. Follow these steps:

  1. Create your electronic signature with SignHouse (Free & Quick);
  2. Save the signature as a PNG image;
  3. Attach it to your document(s).

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