Scan QR Code and Barcodes With This Handy Windows 8 App
Nowadays almost everything is related to portable device, even if we are talking about daily tasks like scheduling your activities or buying stuffs from various web stores. So, in order to improve your user experience you might want to test this new QR code dedicated Windows 8 app.
Scanning QR codes and Barcodes with your Windows 8 device is easy, though you can complete this operation only by using a dedicated tool. As you know the QR code represents an image that can be scanned with any portable device; the image provides a download link for a product or even for a Windows 8 app that’s located on Windows store, or on other web sources. The same is applying when talking about barcodes, which can also be scanned by your device via a dedicated tool.
Scan QR Code and Barcodes in a second
For getting a tool that works for both QR codes and Barcodes, you should head towards Windows Store, from where you should download the Scan – QR Code and Barcode Reader app. This software provides an in built scanner that is quick and secure. All you have to do is to launch the app, point your device’s camera at the code you want to scan and that’s it. The tool is working without bags or lags and you will be able to use it within a second.
The Scan also comes with extra features which can be used for accessing your scan history, or for scanning using any webcam connected to your computer. There are also several in built settings that can personalize and optimize this useful scan app. Scan – QR Code and Barcode Reader app can be anytime installed on Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows RT; the app is available at Windows Store and it is priced at $4.99.
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