QR codes connect viewers with anything on the web. If it has a link, you can create a QR code. For example, learners can scan a QR code with their iPhone camera (7 and above) or a scanner app (for example, Scandit) and open a website, video, or PDF file. You can also use QR codes to connect to a Google Map, Dropbox folder, or iTunes link.
You can also use a code to send a text message or make a phone call (the learner must complete the call—so don’t worry about any abuse).
With QR Stuff, you can create customized QR codes free for 20 data types or smartphone actions (for example, you can change code shapes and colors and add a logo).
The magic comes with a subscriber account that allows you to track scans showing the date, time, device type and location for each scan event, and in real time.
Monthly memberships start at $11.95 with discounts for quarterly and annual payments. There’s even an option to join for a day for $3.95 to try out all the features.
Learn more at https://www.qrstuff.com/
Note that there are many QR code generator services on the web. Just google “QR code generator” to identify dozens more that might meet your specific needs.
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