Developer: Coinkite Inc.
Current Version: 1.2
Last Updated: 2 years ago
Download Size: 490.1 KB - Download
Scans your Mac's screen and detects any QR codes it finds including Bitcoin QRs. Open them in your browser, copy the contents or the QR Code image... with just a few clicks.
Works just like pointing a phone at your screen, except minus the phone, and without getting the URL back from the phone onto your desktop. It's a big time saver and great for anyone designing a QR code, or including them in artwork.
Click the dock icon to scan whole screen. Can also use menu bar icon (looks like a QR code) or use the program's main menu.
Optionally detects conventional bar codes (UPC codes, EAN, ISBN and others).
- Renamed from QR Right to Right QR.
- Accepts and passes bitcoin URL scheme links
Most Helpful Reviews
Excellent - I use this app to check qr codes that our production system generates for business cards before they are printed. It works exactly as described - very easy and fast. Great price too.
Does not work for me, either. - I had a QR code and several, PDF417 on my screen. I tried unchecking the ‘ignore 1D barcodes” in preferences, just in case. The codes were visible in both Safari windows and other applications. I tried bringing the Safari window to the front. No more time to try to make it work. I am on a MacBook Pro running OS X 10.9.4.
More Reviews for Current Version
Does not work - Tried it on my Mac Air running 10.9.2. It cannot find a QR in the middle of the screen, email attachment but displayed in email. May only work on a browser screen, no time to experiment.
Works on large QR codes - Handles QR codes containing PGP public keys. I was looking all over the app store for a progra that could handle larger QR codes. this is it. And its free!
Convenient - It saved me so much time, it was convenient. It works just like pointing a phone at my screen, scans QR code efficiently.
WOW - Very Useful. I’m generating QR Codes and want to expose the information without scanning. It works Great. The ouput is not formatted such as viewing a VCard but ALL the data and hidden characters are viewable. It does not integrate with Finder(Please Fix) It does work if I open a folder using PathFinder(great tool) and set folder image size to 284x284....Then all QR Codes are visible for complex codes. THANK YOU
Worked great - huge time saver - This was just what I was looking for: open related links QR coded into downloaded PDF articles (and managed with EndNote or Sente) and open them in my browser. A huge time saver for me! Thanks!