We have our own QR code! This one points to our website, but in the future we might be using it for all sorts of fun events, competitions, specials etc.
If you have never seen one, this is how Wikipedia descibes the uses of a QR code:
QR codes storing addresses and URLs may appear in magazines, on signs, on buses, on business cards, or on almost any object about which users might need information. Users with a camera phone equipped with the correct reader application can scan the image of the QR code to display text, contact information, connect to a wireless network, or open a web page in the telephone’s browser. This act of linking from physical world objects is termed hardlinking or object hyperlinking.
- QR codes can be used in Google’s mobile Android operating system via both their own Google Goggles application or 3rd party barcode scanners like ZXing or Kaywa.
- Nokia’s Symbian operating system features a barcode scanner which can read QR codes, while mbarcode is a QR code reader for the Maemo operating system.
- In the Apple iOS, a QR code reader is not natively included, but more than fifty paid and free apps are available.
- With BlackBerry devices, the App World application can natively scan QR codes and load any recognized Web URLs on the device’s Web browser.
- Windows Phone 7.5 is able to scan QR codes through the Bing search app.
Try our QR code now: