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QR Codes

A QR ("Quick Response") code is a barcode that can be read by your mobile device's camera. Here is an example of a QR code:


To scan a QR code, you will need to download a QR code scanner app to your phone:

QR Reader for Android

QR Reader for iPhone

Find & Watch Videos


View Flash videos on your smartphone or iPad with Skyfire. $2.99.


Watch TED talks on your Android phone, iPhone, or iPad. Free.

Create a QR Code

It is easy to create your own QR codes for URLs, SMS, phone numbers, map directions, and more.

All you need is a QR Code Generator. There are many to choose from. Simply search Google for "QR code generator."

Listen to Music

      Naxos Music Library

Listen to classical, jazz, folk and Chinese music. Set up an account from the Library's login page and create playlists following these instructions. Android & iPhone app. Free.


Create up to 100 stations and refine them based on what songs you like. Universal app. Free.

Share, Text, Print, & More


Create a business card and share it with others by "bumping" phones together. Then share photos, texts, and apps with your new contacts. Android & iPhone app. Free.


      Google Goggles

Search by taking a picture. Goggles uses image recognition technology to recognize objects and return relevant search results. Android & iPhone app. Free.



"Pinger lets you text and talk free with the people you care most about, anywhere on the planet." Android and iOS app. Free.



"Quickly and easily print out photos, contacts, & phone numbers - or print out web pages to read later." For iPhone & iPad. $1.99.