I stumbled on GetBlue years ago and it hasn't lost its usefulness. So many times in development I'm thinking of how to prototype data flow, and envisioning having to make a web app to handle data, etc. Then I will remember to check GetBlue and the functionality is already there. For instance, we use QR codes on our units that link to the unit's website. I need to quickly keep track of units as they go out the door. I was starting to write a Node app, and then thought of GetBlue, and sure enough, I can easily log the web addresses to a Google Sheet, and I don't have to spend the time building this temporary app. This is like a Swiss Army knife for people that are developing projects where data is moved between sources.
Laure Taylor Great, so much better than my own BT coding attempts
Works like a charm I am using this application on a Motorola a855, and it does all they say it will do. I have communicated with the company with a user specific challenge, and it was handled quickly and professionally. It is worth all I payed for. Highly recommended!
It works well and is fairly flexible but not yet flexible enough to do what I need.
Would be helpful if there was option to turn BT on from within the application and to clear history.
Can collect data from anywhere and store it in the google cloud.
+ New app icon
+ Rework of UI design
+ Fixed export for updated Google Sheets online service
+ UI fixes for Android 5 (missing texts for get/post switch in HTTP settings)
+ Bug fix release (Barcode Keyboard 1.5.4, USB data sink, Google Drive authentication problem, icons)
+ Improved Bluetooth Connectivity with Honeywell 8650 (LXE 8650) Bluetooth Ring Scanner