We offer a free version to help you get started with DrySign. This is a great way to explore DrySign’s features, functionalities, and capabilities.

DrySign is available in four subscriptions: free, individual, professional, and premium. To start using DrySign for free, check out the pricing page and select the free version. Then, fill out the registration form to generate your login credentials. If you are still having trouble logging in, please contact support.

You can upload a wide variety of document types on DrySign’s online signature and PDF signer platform. Here is the detailed list of the types:

  • Adobe PDF (.pdf)
  • Microsoft Word (.doc and .docx)
  • Microsoft Excel (.xls and .xlsx)
  • Microsoft PowerPoint (.ppt and .pptx) Electronic Signatures - Modernizing Contracts for Life Sciences
  • Text (.txt)
  • Rich Text (.rtf)
  • Graphics (.tif, .jpg, .jpeg, .gif, and .png)
  • Web (.htm or .html)

DrySign is a cloud-based web application that can be easily accessed from internet-enabled devices like desktops, laptops, and mobile phones.

DrySign is an online signature maker that simplifies and replaces paper-based/wet signing processes with a fully automated and digital workflow. Our platform is designed to administer important documents - anytime, anywhere, from any device with the click of a button. A wet signature necessitates a person physically signing a document, whereas an electronic signature is signed in a digital form on an electronically transmitted document. Furthermore, DrySign offers inherent security and minimizes the risk of tampering and impersonation in electronic communications.

No, DrySign does not require you to download any additional software.


Most present-day internet-enabled devices like computers, laptops, or mobiles will work fine with DrySign’s virtual signatures. However, the application needs the minimum system requirements to enjoy the DrySign experience.

Yes! The signer does not need to have a DrySign account. However, if a signer is receiving multiple signature requests via DrySign, it is advisable to create an account, to efficiently track and manage signed or pending documents.

Please go to the sign-in page and click on Forgot Password. Enter your registered email address to receive a link with the password reset instructions.


Yes, electronic signatures are legally binding in most countries. Though the laws vary from country to country, they all share the same basic principle. In the United States, electronic signatures have the same legal status as handwritten signatures, granted under the ESIGN Act & the UETA Act. However, certain businesses and local practices sometimes may still require wet signatures, so do your checks before relying on DrySign’s signature generator or another electronic signature as your sole source of signatures.

Electronic signatures are used to sign a wide variety of documents, including contracts, forms, letters, etc. In short, any business or personal document that requires the affixing of a signature from a person, entity, authority, etc., can be signed using electronic signatures online.