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    Default QR Code Readers

    There are a variety of them available in the market.

    I am curious what people using the GNexus use and why.. Basically any pros and cons.

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    Default Re: QR Code Readers

    google goggles works fine for me. dont need anything fancy in a QR scanner
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    because it's Google or because it's never failed me and was the most popular app at the time I downloaded it two years ago (when I think it may have been required for another app, but I can't remember).
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    I use

    Seems to work pretty well.
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    Goggles.
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    Default Re: QR Code Readers

    Quote Originally Posted by PaulDroidR2D2 View Post
    There are a variety of them available in the market.

    I am curious what people using the GNexus use and why.. Basically any pros and cons.

    Thanks

    Sent from one of the following: Galaxy Nexus, Bionic or Xoom using Tapatalk.
    I use redlaser. It allows both QR and barcode scanning and saves scanned items to look at later. I've never tried goggles for barcodes or QR codes, might have to now.
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    I use for QR codes. It can also decode from saved images, or from the URL of the QR image (handy when you run across one in the mobile browser).
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    Goggles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poseign View Post
    I use redlaser. It allows both QR and barcode scanning and saves scanned items to look at later. I've never tried goggles for barcodes or QR codes, might have to now.
    Thanks very good app ...
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    ZXING is maintained by Google devs and is open source. Very lightweight.

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    BTW, this reads every barcode I have thrown at it. Goggles and others fail at some barcodes. I have utilized this in some app testing I have been doing, so I am partial to it. This is easy to integrate into your own apps, also.
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    Goggles does it all and then some. Use to have RedLaser but it was just taking up space.
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    I have had to use a variety different QR code readers. is the best one of the bunch.
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    This is pretty good too

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