Transferring urls and passwords through the air on mobile

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Sometimes you want to transfer an url or very complicated password to you mobile phone. For example: http://www.amazon.de/Crucial-CT512MX100SSD1-interne-512GB-silber/dp/B00KFAGCUM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1423576086&sr=8-1&keywords=512GB+Crucial+MX100

qrapp (speak “crap” 😉 ) does exactly that. It sits there readily in your traybar, as soon as you click on the icon it will automagically read the contents of you clipboard and generate a QR code.

example-qr-code
Draw your mobile phone and launch your favorite QR reader – voila. Most QR readers will detect an URL and offer you to open it in the browser. qrcode-img qrapp is free software. Get it here: https://github.com/cybercatalyst/qr Download for MacOSX Yosemite Happy hacking!

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