Mac Catalyst Digital Signatures Library
Secure Digital Signatures in Mac Catalyst
Certified, encrypted, and secure document signing workflows.
Don’t Worry, We’ll Double-Check
Digital Signatures can be used to verify a document’s origin and to make sure it hasn’t been tampered with after signing.
As a developer, you can add additional metadata — like a timestamp or an IP address — to a digital signature for even better security.
Certificate-Based, Encrypted, and Secure
Proof of Authenticity
A digital signature on a PDF document is reliable proof of the document’s origin.
Protection against Modification
An encrypted hash is used to verify that the document hasn’t been tampered with.
Our digital signatures are created with additional biometric properties for added safety.
Get a feel for what’s possible with our Mac Catalyst showcase app.
Which One Is for You?
PSPDFKit supports both hand-drawn signatures and encrypted, digital certificate-based signatures.
Use a fingertip, stylus, or mouse; upload an image of your signature; or type your signature in one of the provided styles
Simple and familiar methodology for users to confirm actions and purchases
Create and preserve a record of specific customer actions
- Wide range of consumer and business applications
Secure, certificate-based identifiers
Best-available commercial standard for encrypted “digital fingerprint” confirmations
Incorporate additional metadata: timestamp, IP address, signature speed, method of input, pressure sensitivity, and touch radius
- Real estate deeds and mortgages
- Pharmaceutical and medical manufacturer testing records
- Legal contracts
- Loan transactions and financial documentation
Do More with Documents
Enable your users to do more when you combine Digital Signatures with our other components.
Learn how to easily get Digital Signatures up and running in your project.