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What is QR Code?

The QR code is small square (not bigger the post stamp) with black lined on the white background in intersecting, individual two-dimensional patterns. It serves as ads tool. people can generate their own code, place it everywhere they want and than this code can be scanned by smartphones and will lead to you URL..

To read QR code you need mobile phone (Android, iPhone etc) and a special program installed on it. Usually QR code means a link, you photo the code by your phone and just go to the link which is placed in the code.

This is the free tool to generate QR code.
QR stands for Quick Response..QR Codes are set to become the 'next big thing' but thinking to yourself..Its a two-dimensional barcode that can be read using smartphones and dedicated QR reading devices..
QR code is now used by many people. I have observed QR codes mostly in newspaper and magazines. The company publishing ads in newspaper or magazine are using QR code, so that readers can scan the code through their smart phones and reach the website quickly.
QR is brief for fast Response (they is browse quickly by a cell phone). they're used to require a bit of data from a transitory media and place it in to your mobile phone. you'll soon see QR Codes during a magazine advert, on an ad, an online page or maybe on someone’s t-shirt. Once it's in your mobile phone, it's going to offer you details that business, or details regarding the person sporting the t-shirt, show you a URL that you'll be able to click to ascertain a trailer for a movie, or it's going to offer you a coupon that you'll be able to use during a native outlet.

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