Qrafter and Qrafter Pro 5.4 are now available on the App Store. This version fixes a bug which caused Qrafter to crash on iOS 4.3 and earlier. This bug was introduced with v5.3. Thanks to Apple for their help on reviewing the app with high priority. You can download Qrafter from here and Qrafter Pro […]
After one year and five months on the App Store, Qrafter and Qrafter Pro reach a total download count of 2,010,200. One million of them were in the last six months. Hoping to see three million soon! Thank you all for your continued support! You can download Qrafter from here and Qrafter Pro from here.
After a long wait (for me), Qrafter and Qrafter Pro 5.3 are now available on the App Store. The addition of this version is the malicious URL checker that will both display the final destination of a URL that was scanned from a QR Code and check it for malicious content. The difference of this
Qrafter and Qrafter Pro 5.2 are now live on the App Store. One of the most requested features was being able to create an event QR Code by selecting the event from the calendar. So, this is the one which fulfills that request. Other than that, there are updates to the iCalendar parser and general
Qrafter and Qrafter Pro 5.1 were approved by Apple and are now live on the App Store. This version came too soon after 5.0, because the “X-Scanner-UA” header created some loading issues with some sites. I had to remove the header for the time being, but will try to add it again in the future.
Qrafter and Qrafter Pro 5.0 are now available on the App Store. With some design and functionality changes, we reached another major version upgrade. Here is the list for changes: New color scheme Redesigned History screen with “swipe to reveal options” Added search to History screen Added the ability to give custom names to history
Qrafter and Qrafter Pro 4.4 have been approved by Apple and are now live. Here is the list of changes: Added Aztec Code scanning Added iPad retina display support Added scan:// and qrafter:// URL schemes to immediately launch the scanner from a web page Added Spanish translation (thanks to Juan Gonzalez and Ricardo Loyola López)
Today is my birthday, and Apple gave me a present by approving Qrafter and Qrafter Pro 4.3. They are now live on the App Store. I have been lazy through last few months and I skipped writing posts about versions 4.1 and 4.2. 4.1 was a big update which had the following features: Full iOS
Qrafter has been available on the App Store since January 29, 2011. It has reached and passed one million downloads in eleven months, just before celebrating its first birthday. I am really happy to see its name being passed around on social sites, being considered as one of the best QR Code readers/generators on the
Today Qrafter and Qrafter Pro 4.0 were released on the App Store. The highlights of this version are: A new and great looking icon thanks to Walter Krivanek New QR Code settings pane, that includes error correction level, margin size and character encoding settings A new scan mode called Batch Scan which lets you scan