QRals.com – QR Codes Generator

  • August 25, 2011

QRals.comCreating QR codes is nothing difficult, certainly not if you’re using an application like QRals. You can count on this new (and free) web tool to have as many QR codes generated and used as you could possibly need. And you’ll be able to do that using a really slick interface which means even a person with zero technical skills is going to maximize the service that is provided.

This interface is primarily broken down into two main sections. One is where the QR Code itself will be displayed. The other is where you’ll be able to enter the content that applies (IE, what has to be encoded), and also where you’ll define the colors to be employed, and the actual size of the QR Code itself. Lots and lots of different types of content are allowed: texts, links, emails, MeCards, Bizcards, SMSes… and once the code is ready you’ll be provided with a bit.ly URL for the image.

Other sites similar to QRals.com include QRnot.es and QRbadge.com.

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BoxMeUpApp.com – Organize Your Collection

  • July 22, 2011

BoxMeUpApp.comThis is the perfect application for collectors, and also for the ones who for any reason or the other have to organize an enormous number of items, such as people who are about to move anywhere. BoxMeUp will come in handy in both cases, as it lets users create QR codes that can be attached to any box where items have been stored. Upon being scanned, these QR codes will produce a full list of the items included in their respective boxes. So, knowing what has been packed where can be determined in seconds, and without having to rely on your memory any longer. A simple mobile scan will do.

When using BoxMeUp, items are placed into what are called “containers”, and that is also done really easily. A web interface enables users to do it, and track not only what goes into each container but also its actual quantity. Plus, a search tool is provided for additional convenience. Using it, you will be able to know what has gone where without having to scan anything. Which in some contexts might just be more practical and time-economic.

BoxMeUp is available at the Android Marketplace, and accounts can be created on the site for free.

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