QR Codes are soooo cooool! But that fact is not sufficient enough to attract the folks who could benefit most from them because they don’t usually have a clue about how to get the app or use it.
So here is a challenge for device manufacturers: select a few really useful features like NFC, QR, and other valuable apps to include with devices by default. That way the feature will be available already on the phone when its need might become required.
I have found that the process of explaining the app download and then use to many users is too complicated at the time to make it useful.
And now my apology. I’ve implied that the apps included by default are not useful or important. And that is simply not true. But most, if not all users of smartphones and tablets are already familiar with music, photo, and eCommerce activities anyway.
HERE’S HOW IN CASE YOU DON’T KNOW
QR Codes for your smartphone lets you get to websites easier
To find a listing of QR code reader software try:
If you have an iPhone you might try:
QR Code Reader and Scanner
By ShopSavvy, Inc.
Go to your iTunes store and upload it. I think there’s a small fee but not sure.
If you have an Android phone open your browser and enter:
or go to the Google Playstore, search for QR Code Readers and upload the one you want. It will put an icon in your Apps section. Click on the icon and follow the directions to scan a code.
With a reader on your iPhone or Android smartphone, you’re in business
Scan the code above your phone camera. QR will automatically load the on your smartphone – It takes you to our Privacy and Identity site transxfer.com.
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