August 27, 2009 at 3:29 PM #173890
Greg MyersParticipantPosts: 36
If you are into barcode readers then this one is for you… and the best part… it’s totally free. This one supports QR-Code, BeeTagg Code and Datamatrix. Another great feature is you have the ability to create you own matrix code right on their site so you can add it to your site for instant browsing.
(Courtesy: KP via [email protected]. Thankyou all and please, keep them coming)
Free Barcode Reader for your BlackBerry: BeeTagg Multicode System.August 27, 2009 at 3:29 PM #180224
Finally a code reader that doesn’t completely suck.August 27, 2009 at 4:45 PM #180225
how to use it? I downoaded, launched camera and scan the code from one site but notin happened.August 27, 2009 at 6:48 PM #180226
What’s the benefit of a barcode reader? Please enlighten me.August 27, 2009 at 7:57 PM #180227
I don’t know if it’s still like this, but I tried this a couple of months ago and if you weren’t reading a code generated from beetagg, it will read it and tell you what it’s for but it won’t actually take your browser to the site. So if you’re reading a code for this website, the URL will show up on the screen, but you have to manually plug it into your browser if you want to go there…August 28, 2009 at 12:48 PM #180228
It’s still like that as far as I could figure out. The interface isn’t that great on BeeTag. I like NeoReader a lot better. More user-friendly IMO.August 28, 2009 at 1:39 PM #180229
I prefer i-nigma on my Sony Ericsson phone. My BB 8820 has no camera so I have no use for a scanner there.
As for the codes themselves: I prefer QR Code to the proprietary variants (Beetag, Microsoft and whatnot). QR Code is proprietary too, but at least its owner, Denso Wave Incorporated, has promised not to exert patent rights over it.
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