Qrafter first appeared on the App Store at the end of January 2011 and got a lot of positive feedback from its users and the QR Code community as a newcomer. It is the highest rated and most useful QR Code app on the App Store and I am doing my best to keep it that way.
Now, we are at the end of June, and Qrafter has already reached version 2. I promised a complete and robust QR Code generator when I first put it on the App Store and after five months, it is ready for use. Here are some facts about it:
- It can encode many different content types into the QR Code including URLs, your location, contact information from address books including Exchange and Gmail, and more.
- It can change the color of the QR Code it creates.
- It can save the QR Code to your photo albums, can email it, and it can even print it directly from inside the app to AirPrint supporting printers.
- It can encode non-ASCII characters and even Japanese, Cyrillic and Hebrew characters unlike other inferior generators.
- It works offline, so you don’t need any network connectivity to create QR Codes whatsoever.
- It respects your privacy, and does not send any information to some private server (unlike some shady readers and generators on the App Store) .
With iOS 5, Qrafter will get more features that are on my mind and I will constantly keep updating it unlike some other lazy developers.
I hope that you’ll enjoy using it. I enjoyed a lot while creating it for you.
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2 thoughts on “Qrafter reached version 2 in only five months”
Will the new version be able to “like” a page, person, or group on facebook?
That’s not something anyone is allowed to do automatically. You may create a page on your server that has the necessary “like” button code in it and direct users via QR Code to it. But the users have to click on the “like” button themselves, or you will get into legal trouble with Facebook.