Qrafter v1.2 was approved by Apple after waiting for 9 days. With this update, Qrafter became the most advanced QR Code reader on iPhone. Let me tell you why. This version can read color inverted QR Codes. While this is not a feature that is exclusive to Qrafter, it is an addition that will let […]
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It was a good launching month for Qrafter. With 11000 downloads within its first month and lots of good feedback and reviews, the latest review of February came from The Sunday Times of UK. I am unable to give a link to the review here as The Sunday Times is a paid subscription, they reviewed
Qrafter has been updated to v1.1. While it seems like it was an early update, I didn’t want to miss the chance to answer the initial feedbacks and feature requests. v1.1 has Foursquare support, easy venue check-ins, Facebook, Yelp and Gowalla URLs support, also a new setting called “Scan and Go” to navigate to scanned
I have been using an iPhone since 2007 (and still using my old iPhone 3G without problems). As I am into QR Codes, one of the first apps I downloaded was BarCodes from ZXing. It was a slow QR Code scanner which has steadily grown into a great QR Code scanning API supported by the
You can find English filtering instructions on this page. Dünya Kupası’nda vuvuzela seslerinin başımızı fazla ağrıtması nedeniyle hepimiz bu duruma bir çözüm bulmaya çalışıyoruz. Ben de evde kullandığım Apple Mac bilgisayarı kullanarak, vuvuzelanın ses frekanslarını bulup filtrelemeye çalıştım ve 2 gün önce başarılı bir çözüm buldum. Çözümü İngilizce olarak yazdım ve hemen ilgi çekti, bunun
Türkçe filtreleme açıklamalarını bu sayfada bulabilirsiniz. FIFA World Cup 2010 would be great, if only those horrible vuvuzelas were not there. If you have a Mac, using the magnificent Audio Hijack Pro application by Rogue Amoeba, you can now filter out the vuvuzela sounds. UPDATE: I have come across a much simpler and nearly perfect
Enabling the tftp daemon in MacOS X Snow Leopard (or Leopard) is an easy task with little documentation. This is a quick reference. The manual page for tftpd in MacOS X Snow Leopard (or Leopard) recommends that tftpd is launched via launchd, so we will do it that way. First, we enter launchd% console using
I have returned back to using a Mac as my primary computer after a very long time. I am very happy to get this elegant look back on my desktop. Being a systems and network administrator, I cannot get rid of Windows completely, but I will not see its ugly face a lot, from now on.