URL – Creates a code when scanned can bring you to any website URL or WWW address on the Internet.
Contact – Provides a persons contact details for your phone so that it can be programmed into your address book. This is useful because it saves lots of time entering information into a person’s phone and will prevent any human error with typo’s or misheard information.
Map – When scanned will bring up a map location on your mobile device.
Email – This code will bring up an email dialog that includes recipient, subject, and body.
SMS – QR Codes which will produce a text message that is ready to be sent with a message when scanned.
Phone call – QR codes which when scanned will produce a phone number to be called from your phone.
iTunes Store – QR Codes which will direct you to an app in the iTunes Store.
Android Market – QR Codes which will direct you to an app in the Android Market.
WiFi – QR Codes which will provide wireless access information for mobile devices to connect.
Bookmark – QR Codes which will prompt you to save a URL as a favorite.
Paypal – QR Codes which will bring up a “Send Payment” dialog for Paypal.
Facebook – QR Codes which will direct you to a Facebook user page.
Twitter – QR Codes which will direct you to a Twitter use page.
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