What is a QR Code?
A Quick Response Code (QR Code) is an image that can be read by a device's camera providing there is software to handle it.
If you are using an Android or non iOS 11 device, you will need a barcode/QR code scanning app in order to scan a QR code. Apple's iOS 11 camera app has native support for QR code scanning so there is no need to grab an additional app from the App Store.
Once you have an eligible device, simply point the camera towards the QR image when requested by your device. After a few short seconds, your device should react to the QR code and handle as necessary.
What QR types do you support?
We support the ability to generate QR images not only with random data, but also for emails, urls, plain text, sms, and telephone.
Create a QR code containing an email address, subject, and even a message. When your users scan this code, their device will open an email client with the associated fields already populated and ready to send.
- Plain Text
Create a QR code containing plain text.
Create a QR code containing data with no special meaning or use.
Create a QR code containing a phone number and an optional message. When your users scan this code, their device will create a SMS to the phone number provided alongide any optional message.
Create a QR code containing a phone number. When your users scan this code, their device will ask to either dial the number, or save it in their address book.
Create a QR code leading to your favourite website or your business one.
Embed your Bitcoin, Ethereum, or other crypto addresses to help people easily pay you.
Quickly share a Wi-Fi connection with your guests without asking them to enter tricky passwords.
- X (Twitter)
Share a link to your Twitter profile or provide a message for other people to Tweet.
Can I download any QR image I generate?
You can. There are multiple ways to save the image, but if you're not too familiar with computers. Just click the 'download' button provided and you will be asked to save the image on your computer.