I am looking to use the Adobe Acrobat for iOS app to sign a set of documents. The field that otherwise shows up as a signature field in the desktop Adobe DC, does not appear to be a dedicated signature field when opened in the iOS app. I can create a signature and move it to be placed within the bounding box of the signature field, but I don't think this is how it was designed to be used. When using other signature methods, such as a signature pad from Wacom and the desktop Adobe DC, the field seems to be handled properly. Is this an issue with the iOS version, or are the document settings not configured correctly incorrectly...?
It depends on the PDF viewer. I'm not aware of any PDF viewers on iOS that support digital signature fields. Many allow a type of e-signature, as you've discovered.
Not very happy about that. /-:
Acrobat Reader for mobile devices doesn't supports Digital IDs or Trusted Certificates.