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Adobe Integrates EchoSign e-Signature Service Into Adobe Reader

Say goodbye to the hassle of printing out, signing, and faxing back documents. Adobe has integated its e-signature service, EchoSign, into Adobe Reader X for the desktop, Android, and iOS, so you can sign and return electronic documents from anywhere. The Android and iOS versions of Adobe Reader add the ability to annotate PDF documents by using highlights, strikethroughs
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Pricing for Adobe's EchoSign e-signature service is tiered. Individuals can sign up for a free account, which is limited to five transactions in rolling 30-day windows. The Pro account allows an unlimited number of signatures for $19.95 a month on a month-to-month basis, or works out to $14.95 a month if you prepay $179.40 for a year.

The Team subscription starts at $40 a month for two users and tops out at nine users for $180 a month. Team accounts let users collaborate on documents, add corporate branding, and access a shared library. Finally, for 10 or more people, the Enterprise and Global subscriptions are $299 and $399 a month, respectively. These two options add a number of enterprise features such as reports, PDF form support, and attached audit trails. The Global option adds localization support in more than 20 languages as well as a global fax-back network service.

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