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QR Codes

You may have seen them before and you will certainly be seeing more of them in the future, it's the funny barcode-like image below, a QR code. For those of you who aren't 100% sure what they are or what they're for, then help is here!

What do I need?

uShaka Facebook codeIn order to scan a QR code, you'll need

How do I scan a QR code?

  • open the QR Reader app
  • take a photo of the QR code, and voila! the website will open in your browser for you!

Still confused? Watch the YouTube video below for a step-by-step demonstration.

Where can I download the QR Reader?

Download the BeeTagg QR reader on your smartphone:
Visit http://get.beetagg.com on your smartphone's web browser.

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Go on, give it a try with your phone now!

Take a photo of the QR code at the top right to open it in your phone's browser. It will take you to our awesome uShaka Marine World Facebook page where you will be kept up to date with events, promotions and craaazzy competitions.

There you go, now you'll be snapping away at every QR code oppor-tuna-ty you find!

What exactly is a QR code?

A QR code (abbreviated from Quick Response code) is a specific matrix barcode (or two-dimensional code) that is readable by dedicated QR barcode readers. QR Codes can store (and digitally present) much more data, including url links, geo coordinates, and text.EgQRScan

Basically, it's a new and exciting way to link to websites on your phone without having to type the link in the phone's browser. No more typos, misread or forgotten links. Just take a photo of the "QR code" and the phone will instantly open the link encoded within.

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