In order to read a QR code, you’ll need your Android smartphone with a camera and a QR code reader app. Here’s how you can read QR codes in Android.
How QR codes work is by conveying information through a graphical code of black and white pixels. It can also be decoded even if parts of the code are unreadable.
The latest iOS 12 update comes with some new useful features. Here are some of the best iOS 12 tricks you can use to become more productive.
If you use DuckDuckGo as your default search engine and want to create QR codes quickly, you can now create them directly on DuckDuckGo.com. Here’s how.
Need a QR code? Here is one quick way to generate a QR code with a URL.
There are tons of ways to create QR code. If you are a Google Drive user, here is one quick way to create R code in Google Document
QR codes are becoming increasingly popular these days. In this article, we will show you how you can quickly create QR codes directly from your browser’s context menu.
It is easy to create QR codes to embed within websites or send via text messages,, but what about creating printable QR codes and barcode labels? A small business could print QR codes as a means of providing their customers with more information. Here is how you can do so.
QR codes are becoming increasingly popular because of their ability to store data visually, and their ability to display data quickly on smartphones. So if you’re looking for an easy way to create QR codes instantly in your Web browser, here’s what you can do.
There are some new QR code looking barcodes popping up that your average QR code reader will not read. They are Microsoft tags. They are popping up more in magazines like Sports Illustrated. So why did they go and mess up a good thing and create a new kind of barcode? Well, who knows. But […]
When you want to share a document, the usual way is to either send the other party an email with the document attached, or upload the document to a storage server, pass them the URL and they can visit the link to download the document. How about embedding a QR code on your document so […]
QR Codes. They look like barcodes that have gotten wet and smudged. You’ve probably seen them. In fact, they’re everywhere: on the web, in print ads, on business cards, and even on the sides of buildings. All you need to do is scan a QR code with your smartphone and you’re either taken to a […]
If you have not heard, the Android Market is now available to view on your desktop browser. I was pretty excited to see the features offered in the web version of the Android Market. However, much like many of you, I have grown comfortable using Appbrain for my Android app searching needs. I’m not going […]