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Android Headlines – Featured: Top 10 Barcode and QR Code Android Apps, October 16, 2014
Whether you’re looking to simply be able to scan QR codes you keep on seeing around or to compare prices on barcodes during your shopping, our Top 10 list of QR code and Barcode apps for Android should have something for you.
QR Code Press – QR Code Detective: Are you using the best scanner?, October 10, 2014
The mighty QR code can be found on everything from a can of peas at your local supermarket to an ad found in an in flight magazine on your way to the exotic vacation of a lifetime, and while they are designed to be quick and easy to use, your experience partly depends on your having selected the right scanner app.
mCommerce Daily – Top Items Scanned: Food & Beverage, Electronics, Clothing, October 10, 2014
Scanbuy’s survey of 15,000 of its users globally found that the information desired most (75%) related to receiving product discounts and coupons, followed by new product information.
Fierce Mobile Retail – QR Codes are Helping Retailers Target Engaged Shoppers, October 7, 2014
They may not be begging for your attention anymore, but QR codes are still around, and some retailers are finding new ways to take advantage of them.
Mobile Marketer – Sephora, Walmart Turn QR Code Scans Into Targeted Mobile Messaging, October 6, 2014
These marketers have been testing a new offering in the Scanbuy mobile application since late June and experiencing, on average, open rates of 8 percent.
by Erika P Vasquez
The ScanLife Consumer Behavior and Preferences Infographic has arrived! We surveyed more than 15K of ScanLife mobile app users to learn more about their mobile behavior and individual preferences.
Adotas – ScanLife Consumer Behavior Survey Reveals More Than 50% Of Consumers Use Mobile Coupon Apps Per Month, September 30, 2014
After a survey of over 15,000 mobile users of its ScanLife App, mobile engagement solutions company Scanbuy reported that more than half of its respondents (51%) said they use mobile.