The iOS operating system doesn't let you add images to your iPhone's email signature. Fortunately, if this is something you've always been itching to do, you can download an app that does. Email Signature Pro from IdeasUnplugged lets you add an image to the bottom of any messages you send from your iPhone's email application. However, any messages you send using email apps or Web mail from your handset won't feature your signature picture.
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Tap on the "App Store" icon on your iPhone's home screen and search for "Email Signature Pro." Select the app and follow the instructions to purchase, download and install it. You'll need to set up an Apple account and link it to a debit or credit card if you haven't already done so.
Open your new app and select a signature template to edit or choose the option to "Compose." Enter a signature message you want to appear at the end of your emails in the box at the top of the screen and then tap the "Custom image" window. Select your image source. You'll be given the option to use an image from your picture library, take a new shot or insert a photo hosted online.
Move and scale your image. You can centre your picture by moving it within its display window with your finger, or zoom in and out by pinching the screen. When you're happy with your shot, tap "Use" at the top of your image window and then "Use this image" toward the bottom of your screen. You can link your image to a webpage by inserting a URL in the box beneath it and use other editing options. Tap on "Copy to clipboard" to save your new signature and exit Email Signature Pro.
Hit "Settings" from your home screen and select "Mail, contact and calendars" from the left-hand pane. Tap "Signature," delete "Sent from my iPhone" or any other signature you've added, hold your finger in the blank box and tap "Paste" when it appears. You can remove any content by highlighting it and tapping "Delete."
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