Budnikowsky use QR codes in Germany as Tesco do it in Korea

Author: | Posted: October 28th, 2011 | Category: Case Studies, Video | 1 Comment »
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Budnikowsky qr code store germany

You probably remember how Tesco deployed virtual store display in Korean subways which lets you shop products by scanning QR codes. Now the Germans are adopting this approach and the drugstore Budnikowsky put posters shops at eleven busy railway stations around the country. They are made of images just like the Tesco’s ones and are selling products of Aliqua brand of natural cosmetics with the QR Codes resolving to the specific items. Watch video after the jump.

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YouScanMe available in Dutch, Korean, Spanish and German

Author: | Posted: June 17th, 2011 | Category: News | 1 Comment »
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YouScanMe translated to Dutch, Korean, Spanish and German

We are happy to announce you that YouScanMe QR code generator is now available in four new languages. We launched in English and now our service is available in Dutch, Korean, Spanish and German languages. We hope this will make easier for people from this countries to use our service in native language and create QR codes.

You can select your preferred language from the upper right corner of the site and for your convenience we will remember you choice and all page you view will be in this language. You can always change your selection and use YouScanMe in whatever language you want.


Top 10 countries for mobile barcode usage (excluding Japan) Q4/2010

Author: | Posted: May 13th, 2011 | Category: Statistics | 6 Comments »
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Mobile QR Code Globe -Top 10 Countries for barcode usage Here is list with top 10 countries for using QR Codes:

1. United States
2. Italy
3. Germany
4. Hong Kong
5. France
6. Canada
7. United Kingdom
8. Netherlands
9. Thailand
10. South Korea

There was significant growth in mobile QR code usage from 3Q2010 to 4Q2010 across many countries. For the first time, the US was the largest country in terms of absolute numbers of scans. It’s important to note that, while smartphone penetration is about 30% in the US, it’s population size makes this large relative to other countries.