The app, which has has seen over five million downloads from the App Store (that’s 3 additional million downloads since June), looks up price comparisons in its product database by scanning the barcode of an product. QR Codes, which is short for Quick Response (because they can be read quickly by a mobile phone through its camera), are used to take a piece of information from a transitory media and put it in to your cell phone – this can be links, videos, text, photos and more.
- Battle of the Barcode Scanners: eBay vs. Amazon (readwriteweb.com)
- Bit.ly to Generate QR Codes (appscout.com)
- QR deCODEr app for webOS Gets You Started Scanning QR Codes (appscout.com)