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About this app

Use PaperChains to quickly add audio to printed or sketched documents. Take a photo of a PaperChains document to start the process, then share it with other people to let them add to the audio.

Enhance the way you communicate with your customers, community or suppliers by attaching audio notes to paper surfaces (flyers, posters, noticeboards, menus…), turning any surface into an interactive digital object.

Think about these possibilities:
• A local produce shop sends out printed flyers to the community detailing the delicious new offerings available. A potential customer takes a picture of the flyer and then can tap on areas of the display to hear the shopkeeper talk about recipes the products might be used in.
• Imagine a community noticeboard in your local coffee-shop. When a new announcement is posted up, the advertiser takes a picture of the board and then taps on the area of the photo that shows their newly added item. They record some description that supplements the printed material and later other customers can take a photo of the board and listen to the content as well.

The accompanying code maker tool helps you quickly and easily create your own PaperChains documents. Create a blank page with ready-placed QR codes, or upload a background image and customise to suit your particular application. Give it a try now at

PaperChains is completely free, with no adverts and no unnecessary permissions. A simple printable user manual is available at:

The application is open source as part of the Enterise Toolkit — you can fork any of the Enterise applications on GitHub:

For more information about the Enterise project, see:
Updated on
Jul 5, 2016

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