I agree with Mr. Kendrick. If the app is going to "open your browser" it should search for and open the DEFAULT browser on the phone, not just Google. 90% of the time, Google displays a blank screen. Useless!!
2 people found this review helpful
June 29, 2020
If you scan a code that is not from a web page address, simply the app use Google because it is the most popular search engine. From an external app like this I cannot know which browser you have configured by default. The objective of this app is to be as simple as possible and directly scan the codes and open the web, without ads and free.
As of right now, i cant scan any qr codes. Ive tried 3 but its not focusing and/or reading code. The 3 qr's are diff sizes so im not sure what the problem is, ill keep trying !
1 person found this review helpful
Opens Google to search for barcode data, but Google is not set as my preferred browser search engine so I find this behaviour unfortunate and Irritating.
4 people found this review helpful
February 3, 2020
Is it necessary for you to have to add an option to the app to choose the default browser? I never thought someone would be angry to open the most used browser 😅