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What you missed at Google I/O: Signeasy is officially Chromebook ready

by stacy

Google made the announcement the year before that Android applications would now be able to run automatically on the Chrome operating system. And in true Google fashion, that is a very significant achievement in the field of engineering. It is one extra platform that may be targeted without the need to design a separate product for developers, and it gives users access to the full power of the Google Play Store on their Chromebooks.

By the end of 2017, Chromebooks accounted for 17 percent of all laptops purchased in the United States. This rapid uptake is a testament to the kind of gadget that the Chromebook is turning up to be – an ideal blend of portability and connectivity for those who are constantly on the move. And here at Signeasy, we are all for finding ways to assist our users in multitasking and getting more done while they are on the go. Our Android engineering team got right to work, and now we are pleased to report that Signeasy for Android has been completely optimised and is now ready to run on any Chromebook you may have.

At today’s Google I/O, the company’s annual developer conference, Google made the news, and we couldn’t be more happy to see our app displayed on the large screen.

We spent several weeks working closely with Google’s Chrome OS team to make this a reality, and the following is a list of the most notable improvements that have been made:

1. The ability to resize the window: Because a Chromebook is essentially a lightweight laptop, one of the first interactions that customers anticipate is the possibility to resize the window of your application. You are able to resize the Signeasy app to whatever width and height that you choose, and our user interface will adapt itself to match the dimensions of the window that you have chosen.

2. Support for the keyboard Because the majority of power users of notebooks are accustomed to navigating using the keyboard, we have made it possible to navigate through the Signeasy app using the keyboard. You can navigate around your documents by using the arrow keys, move across buttons and other user interface components by using the tab key, and use the escape key to return to a screen that you previously viewed.

3. Support for an external mouse In addition to the built-in trackpad, which is fully compatible with the Signeasy app, we also accept input from an external mouse. You can access additional options by right-clicking on the document list, or you can even use the mouse scroll to navigate through all of the pages in your document. Both of these options are available to you.

Signeasy is something you should check out today on your Chromebooks. We guarantee that it will be the best e-signing experience available on notebooks to this day. Oh, and if you want to get started but don’t have an account yet, feel free to contact us at support@signeasy.com and we’ll get you set up.

On this page, you can find links to all of the recorded sessions that took place during the Google I/O conference.

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