By Coinkite Inc.
Open the Mac App Store to buy and download apps.
Scans your Mac's screen and detects any QR codes it finds including Bitcoin QRs. Open them in your browser, copy the contents or the QR Code image... with just a few clicks.
Works just like pointing a phone at your screen, except minus the phone, and without getting the URL back from the phone onto your desktop. It's a big time saver and great for anyone designing a QR code, or including them in artwork.
Click the dock icon to scan whole screen. Can also use menu bar icon (looks like a QR code) or use the program's main menu.
Optionally detects conventional bar codes (UPC codes, EAN, ISBN and others).
What's New in Version 1.2
- Renamed from QR Right to Right QR.
- Accepts and passes bitcoin URL scheme links
Cheap, Effective 1D and 2D Barcode Scanner from Screen Display
'Right QR' (£2.39) will scan your mac's screen for a 1D or 2D barcode (including QR codes) and then allow you to copy the code for pasting elsewhere. This is handy for me as I can now scan Royal Mail tracking barcodes from on-line postage labels generated by PayPal. As it stands (for some truely and manifestly stupid reason) I have to enter the tracking number (13 characters) by hand from the label if I want to use it elsewhere (eg email it to my customer).
Right QR will scan the generated label (prior to printing) when it is on the screen although you do have to first opt to 'Open PDF in Preview' and magnify it a couple of times before the app can read it, then scan it, then click on 'Copy data to clipboard', paste it, close the PDF and then print the label as normal. A bit of a faff but quicker and safer than keying it in manually.