Here is my response
No. Too many choices and no need to standardise.
- Stores the last 50 codes your read for later access.
- Uploads codes you've read to a web page that allows you to access them from a desktop browser, possibly allowing you to "tag" them at a later date or at least view the content from another browser on you pc.
- Allow you to sms or email a qr code to a friend once you've read them.
The ZXing reader for Android does 1 & 3. It also expands bit.ly URLs so you can see the destination link.ReplyDelete
You are right but i wish it would forward the barcode itself with the emails.
(also the process of going into history first is kind of clunky)
and yes this is the reader of choice i use for myself personally.