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Monday, May 9, 2011

‘QtQr’ app quickly creates and decodes QrCodes in Ubuntu

Along with the ability to quickly create custom QrCodes containing text, URLs, e-mail, SMS and telephone numbers QtQr also comes with a 'decoding' feature. 
You can use your webcam to decode a QrCode (for example, one you find in a magazine) or you can used a saved Qrcode image.

For example: I saved the 'QrCode' from our Android Application announcment post to my desktop, opened QtQr and selected it for decoding. A split second later a pop-up told me what it contained: -
Decode QRCode in Linux with QtQr
Very neat.


You can try it yourself by installing the app from the application's stable PPA.
Add 'ppa:qr-tools-developers/qr-tools-stable' to your Software Sources, update and then search for and install 'QtQr' via the Ubuntu Software Centre.

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