QR Codes or Quick Reaction Codes are two dimensional codes that can be scanned by applications on various mobile phones such as Android phones, Windows Mobile phones, Blackberry phones and iPhones.
QR Codes contain encoded instructions for the QR Code reader to instruct it to perform an action based on the alphanumeric data that it reads.
Essentially it can provide physical world hyperlinks from physical world objects to both offline data and online services, websites and data - taking away the need for remembering or typing web addresses, phone numbers, contact details into your phone etc. Life just gets easier!
QR Codes can appear in websites, magazines,
flyers, billboards, business cards and more.
You can create or generate QR Codes through this website and below are some examples where QR Codes can be used,
click the QR Image to enlarge for reading / scanning.
Click the QR Code images below for examples.
|Text||to display to user|
|Web Addresses||to open the specified web address in the phones browser|
|Phone Numbers||to call a specific number|
|SMS Numbers||to generate a pre-defined text / SMS message to a specific number|
|Email Addresses||to generate an Email to a specific Email Address|
|Contact Details||to instruct the phone to add the Contact details to the Address book via vCard or instruct the phone to download the Contact details via vCard (smaller QR Code needed than full Contact details)|
Think that a customer could see your QR Code on an advertisement or on a business card/brochure etc and simply scan the code and quickly connect to your website or even give you a call.
To add to this QR Codes can be tracked and can give statistics on which QR Codes were scanned, when they were scanned, how often they were scanned and also by customising the QR Code you can track where it was scanned.
There are a range of mobile phone applications available for download.
Please use the Steps below to Create a QR Code. This QR Code image can then be saved and used as you wish.
Please feel free to contact us via:
Email : email@example.com
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