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New update to QR Code generator and reporting analytics service

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We just wanted to let you all know that we are just finsihing off some importnant updates to our QR Code generator and reporting analytics service pushQR. We aim to have these updates implemented within the next 4 weeks.

The new updates will include:

  • NFC tracking.
  • Campaign scheduling.
  • Facebook shares & Twitter tweets comparison graph.
  • Optimized the code to work faster.

We are super excited about the updates and hope they will give everyone a richer and more advanced QR Code experience!

Mobile phone technology usage infographic

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How are different mobile phone technologies such as QR codes, NFC, Augmented reality, bluetooth, mobile payments and search services being used. Here are some UK and US stats on QR codes, NFC, Augmented reality, bluetooth, mobile payments and search services.

QR codes fair well in the mobile phone technology adoption data our experience tells us that the issue many have with usage is down to the QR Code  reader. We recommend checking reviews by others on the App Store and Android Market, our recommendations are here. 2d barcodes offer a richer level of data but 1d barcodes still fair well day to day for simple shopping comparisons. We are not sure if the data includes Microsoft Tag but as mobile technology goes we don’t see it much anyhow.

Bluetooth still seems popular but strange considering how little I ever see it used.

4 Ways Restaurants Should Use QR Codes

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Here’s a great article that looks a particular sectors use of QR Codes and how it can help drive user experience and ultimately drive revenue!

QR Codes used on condoms for check-ins!

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Yep that title is absolutely correct! Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest (PPGNW) distributed more than 50,000 condoms in QR code-emblazoned wrappers to college students in the state of Washington. The wrappers enable people to scan the QR code with their smartphone to check in to the site wheredidyouwearit.com and anonymously let the world know where they practiced safe sex. Users can also check in to the site by computer.

The promotion was originally launched to mark National Condom Week, which ran from Feb. 14 through Feb. 21, but the site is still live.

Planned Parenthood said the site “is like Foursquare for people who don’t want a sexually transmitted infection.”

The site has already attracted more than 4,500 check-ins and 65,000 visitors. Here’s the video…

Worlds largest QR Code – Audi cars

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Audi Cars have created a 159 Square meter QR Code to commemorate 100 Years of car manufacturing and they say size isn’t everything!