By Davander Mobile Corporation
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Create your own QR codes without connecting to the internet simply and effortlessly.
• Adjust the size, and padding of generated barcodes.
• Works without an internet connection.
• More privacy than a web service.
• Save as PNG, JPEG, or GIF
What's New in Version 1.5
- Generate vCard 2.1 or 3.0 QR codes from your Address Book contacts!
Improved user interface!
Set the error correction level.
- Choose between L, M, H, and Q error correction, for more durable QR codes!
Completely re-built QR engine.
- Now handles large chunks of data with speed and ease!
Could be alot better
I don't like the fact that you have to type in http:// every time you type a url in. Also, every time I try to scan a number, it scans it as texts. Wasted my money on this app.
Too many bugs for a pay app
Problems for contact qr codes:
* Semicolon after company.
* v3.0 puts an address as "us, United States"
* Can't edit information imported from address book
No ability to edit???
This app only generates QR codes in one of two ways - by importing a contact from your Mac Address Book or by manually entering text. I bought it so that I could put my contact information into a QR code. Unfortunately, it fails at this. When it imports my contact info, it changes the order of the information in my address, it adds an extra character to my URL, and it messes up my phone numbers. The extra character in the URL causes my link to fail when read. The address information being out of order -- it's in this order: street, state, zip, country (2-letter), country (full), city -- may have all the pertinent info, but it just looks weird and doesn't copy properly to a mobile contact. And for some totally inexplicable reason, it ignores my mobile phone number and instead gives my work phone number twice, labelling it as "mobile" too. These errors appear after generating the QR code and scanning it with a mobile phone.
But the worst part is that there is no way to edit the address book info once it has been imported, and you cannot add any text manually. That is a SERIOUS lack of functionality that would surely seem to be easy to rectify.
I'm giving this 2 stars because I have actually still been able to use it in a basic way. The text-entry option does allow me to enter a URL manually, and the QR code this generates actually works. So for now, I guess I am going to just put my URL on my business card as a QR code. The rest of the address info will have to wait until this is fixed, or (more likely) I buy a different app that will hopefully do what it is supposed to.