A QR Code (stands for “Quick Response”) is a mobile phone readable bar code that’s been used worldwide. It is a kind of 2-Dimensional symbology that carries meaningful information in both vertical and horizontal directions. Hence, a QR code can carry up to several hundred times the amount of data carried by an ordinary bar codes. In its simplest sense think of it as a “print based hypertext link” – simply encode a URL into the QR Code and then point a camera-enabled mobile at it. If the device has a QR Code decoding software installed on it, it will fire up its browser and go straight to that URL.But it doesn’t stop there – a QR Code can also contain a phone number, an SMS message, V-Card data or just plain alphanumeric text, and the scanning device will respond by opening up the correct application to handle the encoded data appropriately courtesy of the FNC1 Application Identifiers that are embedded in the encoded data.On this blog, QR codes are used only to embed URLs so that a reader can open the links on their mobiles by simply pointing their mobile camera at the QR code.

You can get a QR code reader for your mobile by following these links-

    1. QRafter for iPhone
    2. QR Droid for Android
    3. PhraseMeme for Windows Mobile
    4. Upcode for Nokia
    5. QR Code Scanner Pro for BlackBerry

Once you have installed a QR code reader on your mobile device, open the QR code reader application and point your camera at the following code to be redirected to this blog on your mobile device.

QR Code - genobz

You can generate your own QR codes from QR Stuff.com

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