The OneSpan Sign for Android application enables you to create, distribute, and sign e-signature transactions on mobile devices that use the Android Operating System.

The application can be accessed from Google Play.

Personal Certificate Signing is not supported on this app.

The following sections describe how to use OneSpan Sign for Android.

Please be aware of the following:

  • The maximum size of a single document is 16 MB. The only exceptions concern our Salesforce and Microsoft SharePoint connectors, whose maximum is 5 MB per document. Smaller documents yield better performance — we recommend under 5 MB per document.
  • If you enable email delivery while configuring a recipient, documents that are larger than 5 MB will not be added as attachments to the email.
  • OneSpan will not provide Technical Support for a transaction or transaction template that has more than 10 documents.
  • Document file names should not contain any of the following comma-separated characters: *, /, \, :, <, >, |, ?, ".
  • A document's name cannot contain the string esigned.
  • Uploading password-protected or corrupted documents will trigger an error.
  • PDFs added to a transaction must not have syntax errors. We strongly recommend that you scan a PDF for syntax errors before you add it to a transaction (e.g., by using Adobe's Preflight tool).
  • PDFs with the NeedAppearances flag set to true are not currently supported.

Video Tutorials

How to Send and E-Sign Documents

How to Use Offline Capabilities

How to Use Templates

How to Use Templates Offline

The OneSpan Sign for iOS application enables you to create, distribute, and sign e-signature transactions on mobile devices that use the iOS Operating System.

The application can be accessed from Apple's App Store.

Personal Certificate Signing is not supported on this app.

The following sections describe how to use OneSpan Sign for iOS.

The system supports a maximum of 16 MB per document (smaller documents yield better performance — we recommend under 5 MB per document). However, there is no limit to: (1) the number of documents in a transaction; (2) the total collective size of documents in a transaction.

Video Tutorials

How to Send and E-Sign Documents

How to Use Offline Capabilities

How to Use Templates

How to Use Templates Offline