Monday, February 22, 2010

How to Scan QR Barcodes to Get Apps for Motorola Droid

A QR code, derived from “Quick Response”, is a two dimensional matrix bar code created by a Japanese corporation back in 1994 to allow its contents to be decoded at very high speed. QR codes are very popular in Japan and most Japanese mobile phones can read this code using the built-in camera. It is no surprise that Motorola Droid inherited this capability to scan and read QR bar codes to easily get apps. Most users think that QR code is created because Android Market has a terrible search mechanism to find apps but actually it is the other way around. There is not much effort exerted on the search mechanism because Droid has faster way of getting to the apps.


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