Operational 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Average wait time is less than one minute.

Upload a document, prove your identity, fill out your document, and connect with a licensed Virginia electronic notary by live video call. Sign before the agent who will then legally notarize your document.

When done, share your document by email, save to dropbox, or print and submit manually.

If your document is in paper form, Notarize offers the ability to scan your document directly within the app.

Notarize agents are held to the highest standards and have completed...

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"Notarize" is the first Notary app on Android. As you can see from the description, this is a 24-hour service, based in the State of Virginia. The notary service costs 25-bucks per transaction. With respect to accessibility, I was pleasantly surprised, as even the "next" button, in the tutorial pages that comes up on first launch is labaled, and this often times, isn't quite the case with most apps. The 4 pages of the tutorial are straight forward and upon reaching the last page, one is presented with the "let's get started" button. This is preceded by the usual traditional method of-- the choosing of an email address to use with a required password. Next, you are on a screen where one can find things like the "Settings," "contact us," list of documents notarized, which of course, at this point there would be none since one is just starting the app for the first time. At the bottom-right of the page, is an unlabeled button, which should have been labeled as "add document." For some odd reason, somebody forgot to label that single button, thus, this has been the only unlabeled button that I have found so far in my limited test. No, I haven't had the need to notarize a document, so I didn't add any document(s) to begin the process of the notary. Tapping on the "Settings," found near the top-right corner of the screen, pops up items including "personal," which when tapped on, asks for information such as your name, address, country, etc. The payment item is obvious, and from what I saw, at the moment, this only supports credit cards and I didn't see anythin having to do with the likes of checking, debits or PayPal payments. In conclusion, this seems like a good app and one should keep in that that during the notarization process, one is connected to a live Notary using one's camera, thus, this is a video interaction.