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.
Fast. Plan my trips by using Google Maps to plan stops. Use "QR Code Generator" to create QR codes for each trip segment. Use Copy/Paste to create a "trip" WORD document with a QR Code for each trip segment. I can then print my own custom Trip Itinerary for trip and can email to family so they know what my planned routes will be. I can create a document of ANY areas I want to visit and create a QR Code for each stop I want to make. The CR Code I create is for a Google Map location of interest. I can then use my cell phone navigator to get me to desired location. This save a lot of key entry also. I just have to scan the QR Code with app. Great Tool!!
The BEST scanner app!! I love the developers of this app!! My camera sux...it doesn't have autofocus....I have spent the last 3 hours installing, unistalling, and researching the internet looking for an app or solution for my cheap ass camera... This is not only the ONLY app that worked but it worked fast it literally popped up the website in like 3 seconds!! I wish this app was the 1st one that came up instead of the 20th!! It didn't come up as a solution on the internet either...I'd give it 100 stars if I could! Thank u!!!
Safe & reliable I've been using I-nigma for years, both to generate QR codes and to read them. I recommend it to my classes for two reasons: the generator prompts you to create a text title, which helps keep your own codes organized, and the reader tells you what the URL is, pausing to let you cancel if it looks like it might be a sketchy site. Plus, it has never failed me on any phone or device I've used it with!
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.
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