Quovidis - Stay in touch with places you visited

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About this app

Quovidis is an app that allows you to receive messages from places you visited without giving away your identity.

Use the app at any place with standing out Quovidis tag. Scan the QR code and so “bookmark” each place you’ve been. Quovidis fetches messages later on for each place.

There is no registration, no tracking, no geo-positioning, no sharing, no automatic uploads. The data stays on your phone.

Enjoy the latest news and potential promotions while being 100% anonymous. Quovidis will pick up messages from the places you’ve visited. You have the option to switch them off.
Have a list of places you’ve been and be ready for your next visit. Quovidis keeps a handy list of places you’ve been, with email, phone, web and address. It’s 100% private. The data stays on your phone and you can delete individual records.

How does it work?
1.) Businesses create place tags with QR codes.
2.) When you scan those codes with the app – you quasi “bookmark” the place where you are.
3.) Once a day, the app fetches all info from all places you visited and displays messages and notifications.
Because the “bookmarks” are only on your phone and there is no registration nor transmission of your identity, your privacy is strictly respected.

Quovidis is completely free.

Quovidis runs smoothly on old devices and it is resilient on poor internet connection.

Learn more at https://quovidis.com/

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https://www.facebook.com/QuovidisApp
https://www.instagram.com/quovidisapp
https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/quovidis-app
Updated on
Nov 26, 2020

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