Unique Code Generator
Developer: David Alexander
Current Version: 1.0.1
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 461.4 KB - Download
Unique Code Generator is the most powerful, fastest and most accurate way to generate millions of unique codes on your Mac.
Unique codes are perfect to use as voucher codes, in on-pack promotions, loyalty schemes, product serial numbers, tickets, lotteries, PIN codes and passwords.
* Flex your character set *
Choose from the Quick templates or pick your own allowable characters.
* Choose your code length *
Anything up to a 16 character maximum code length.
* As many as you need, fast *
Generate up to 20 million codes in a matter of seconds.
* Accurate *
The exact number of codes you need, 100% unique, every time.
* Save to popular formats *
You can choose .TXT (default) or .CSV files so they can be easily imported into other applications. Codes are created one per line.
* In-app help *
Instantly find out the number of variations and likelihood of guessing.
* Great value *
Free updates. No repeating charges. All for the price of a cup of coffee.
Unique Code Generator could be used by marketers, printers, competition promoters, developers and you?
Now compatible with 10.6
Most Helpful Reviews
Overpriced - UPDATED: Still no updates… ----- Hopefully by next update, this app will be worth more stars and a recommendation. This app will generate unique codes based on the characters you have entered (manual and/or pre-defined), then output the codes to a text-based file. That is it, period. That is worth your $5? The problem is that if you use symbols (and numbers in some cases), the keys can start with those symbols(i.e.: -FF908, as opposed to FF-908). This a problem for many reasons, but I'm just going to list two: 1) Excel (and some DB systems/interfaces) can strip off 0's or other non-alpha characters prefixing a string. 2) These are extremely unsightly and *NOT* something that you want to give out to customers/clients. The solution is to add constraints, either on the main mainViewWindow of this app, or in Preferences (which doesn't exist yet). Something similar to: Must not begin with: number/alpha/symbol. etc. For 4.99, this app is way overpriced (should be 0.99). You can make something almost identical in PHP or Perl with nested loop structures. All that's needed is a conditional check that the user's constraints are met, if not, toss that code. If this app is updated with this important feature (along with others), I'd gladly change my review and recommend.