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Are your working in IT department and looking for a very cost-effective and affordable way to scan barcodes right from mobile phones or tablets with auto updates to your database?

Free ByteScout Barcode Scanner for mobile devices is the way to quickly deploy barcode scanning to multiple phones with a quick and easy configuration of your existing infrastructure! You may quickly configure it send scan results to your own server, Zapier or any other database with public API.

Just download it from the App store, install, and run. Set web callback options in start scanning. The app will send the result of every single scan to configured callback URL (Internet connection is required).

Mobile BarCode Scanner Features:

  • Free application with unlimited usage and unlimited installations;
  • Supports QR Code, Code 128, Code 39, EAN 13 and EAN 8, UPCE, PDF417, DataMatrix, Aztec, Interleaved 2 of 5, ITF 14 barcodes;
  • Automatically sends scan results to your server via GET or POST callbacks;
  • Batch scan mode is supported;
  • Available data to send to webhook: barcode value, barcode type, current UTC datetime, custom field value.

How it works:

  • Install ByteScout Barcode Scanner for mobile phone;
  • Launch the app and click on the Settings icon;
  • Enter values into callback URL and Custom1 input fields or scan it whole settings from QR Code image with settings (we also provide free online QR code generator);
  • Start scanning!
  • For every single barcode scan, the app will send scan results along with timestamp and custom field value back to your server using the URL you’ve set.

URL callback sample configurations:

GET https://myserver.com/add.php?value={barcodeValue]&type={barcodeType}&time={scanDateTime}&custom1={custom1}

POST https://myserver.com/add.php

{
“barcodeValue”: “12345678”,
“barcodeType”: “QRCode”,
“dateTime”: “2016-06-03T23:15:33.008Z”,
“custom1”: “john.doe@mail.com”
}