How to Add an Email Signature in Gmail App on iPhone (iOS)


Unfortunately, the Gmail App for iOS does not support HTML email signatures. Please only use this guide if you’re planning to add a text-based email signature.

Step 1:

Open the Gmail App on your iOS phone and tap on the settings button in the top left corner.


Step 2:

When the menu opens, tap on “Settings”.


Step 3:

Under the Compose and Reply section, tap on “Signature settings”.


Step 4:

Tap to enable “Mobile signature”, and paste or type your email signature into the signature area.


Step 5:

When finished, simply tap “Done”.


Your email signature is now installed!

6 Replies to “How to Add an Email Signature in Gmail App on iPhone (iOS)”

  1. I didn’t know that disabling the signature on mobile will insert the one from the web, and long time that I was looking for how to have a signature with a logo (image) on mobile.
    Thank you so much!!

  2. I’ve set up my signature and it’s working through google chrome though it isn’t working when I try it on safari and my iphone?

  3. I’m sorry, I’ve made an error again. They signatures came out perfect on my computer, however did not transfer to my phone or iPad. Can you help please. Jen

    1. Hi Jen,

      You will need to install the email signature on every device/email app that you plan on using. This means you will need to install it onto your iPhone and iPad as the signature will not transfer over automatically.

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