Great By far the best at reading QR codes compared to any I've used. Reads codes lightning fast from a considerable distance, rather than hovering over the code trying not to move. Power saving mode is pretty cool too. Only thing I wish it would do is open web pages within the scanner rather than jumping to your browser app, just to save a step. Still the best QR reader I've come across so far
Feedback Feedback to developer. This would be the best QR reader with two tweaks. Add a screen after reading the code showing which code exactly was read (have to deal with multiple codes close in proximity). Clean up the Ui (cleaner text and logos). The zoom is Awesome I was looking specifically for an app with it and this was the only one out of 6 that I saw! And very easy access to turn flash on/off. Keep it up.
Sorry Charlie I tested this against QR Droid, and it lost. While both apps work fine for qrcodes, i-nigma just couldn't compete on straight barcodes. I even found one that it consistently got wrong. I also found the sleep mode to be annoying -- the time out is way too short. I do like the i-nigma interface better overall, but QR Droid is more configurable too. I guess I'll keep this around as a backup, but it won't be my go-to reader.
Best scanner out there I teach high school students and we use QR codes for many different tasks. I-nigma is the easiest scanner I have found. It scans from liberal angles and in low light. I also use their website for most of my QR creation.
The most reliable reader! I installed 5 different readers but all of them was not able to read the codes constantly. Fianally I downloaded this and there was NO failuar even pretty bad image if code. I love it!
Simple, precise but... Point and once the app sees the code it jumps into the browser. Really no mess. But aside from its functionality, the UI really is so bad. I wish it could give a fresh new look, at least change the icons to match with material design.
- Remove ads
- Fix a bug in some Data Matrix scanning cases
- Fix upside down camera preview for Nexus X5