Scorpion Research today announced Scorpion BarCode 2.2, its popular barcode creation software for Apple Mac OS X computers. The Scorpion BarCode software helps with easy creation and printing of all major barcode symbologies in vector editable EPS or PDF file formats. With ease and simplicity, plus AppleScript support, this complete utility builds barcode images and provides templates for custom labeling systems. A command line version is also provided to build powerful scripted solutions.
Apparent’s Barcode Producer 6.6 creates barcode graphics for retail packages, books, stickers, and more. Design, customize, then send finished EPS graphics right to Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, or Photoshop. Barcode Producer for Mac creates UPC, EAN, ITF-14, Bookland EAN / ISBN, GS1 DataBar, QR Code, and many more barcode types. Barcode Producer is the industry standard Mac barcode generator, featuring support for all major symbologies and advanced creative tools for designers.
Cristallight and Don Kurt today announce iBarcoder 3.3.4, the latest Mac Barcode software for your MacOSX 10.4 or later. iBarcoder provides business owners with the cutting edge technology that they need to create the unique and individualized barcodes they need including the QR code. The format of the system is user-friendly and there is 24 hour customer service and technical support available if you have a question or problem.
Virginia based Deep Prose Software today releases Booxter 2.7 for Mac OS X. Booxter helps customers organize their book, music, movie and comic book collections quickly and easily. It supports both handheld and wireless barcode scanners and iSight video cameras to quickly add large numbers of items to a collection. Version 2.7 adds the ability to conveniently scan in barcodes from the free companion iPhone app directly into Booxter. If you have an iPhone or iPod touch, you now have a scanner.
Cristallight and Don Kurt are pleased to announce iBarcoder 3.3.3, the latest Mac Barcode software for Mac OS X 10.4 or later. iBarcoder will provide business owners with the cutting edge technology that they need to create the unique and individualized barcodes they need including the QR code. This software supports multiple symbologies including the Japanpost customer Mac barcode, three types of FIM codes, Postnet, Several UPC, EAN and IBSN codes, QR code, and much more.
lividbox today introduces AirScan 1.0 for iOS, their barcode scanner that can store any scan internally, and/or export it wirelessly to any Mac OS X device using the Bonjour, auto-configuring protocol. The user need only open the app, and their back-facing, primary camera will be activated. Users must frame the shot so that the horizontal red line passes through the entire barcode and then touch the screen. The code is photographed, read, stored, and the code sent wirelessly to the computer.
Illinois based Viaden Mobile today introduces Barcode Scanner: Scan, Shop, Save 1.0 for iPhone/iPod touch and iPad. armed with a bunch of great features, this bargain-seeking and penny-saving tool will help experienced shoppers as well as neophytes literally find a sure way to their best buys. Get the most reliable fresh information on sales, special offers and price reductions all over your neighborhood, state or even nationwide.
Data from ShopSavvy’s 6.5 million users also showed that the average user scanned items at four different retailers during the time period, scanned an average of eight items per store, and spent an average of three hours shopping with scanner in hand. ShopSavvy expects 120 million scans in November. 15 million scans by ShopSavvy users from Nov. 17-23 reveal that Walmart and Best Buy are tops in scans, with the average user scanning items at four different retailers during the week.
Dallas based leader in barcode-powered shopping Big in Japan today announced that Sam’s Club, a division of Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. and serving more than 47 million members in the U.S., has released the Sam’s Club App for iPhone, Android and Blackberry, incorporating the ShopSavvy(R) ScannerKit SDK. Like other apps utilizing the ShopSavvy ScannerKit SDK, the Sam’s Club App will incorporate AdOns(R), the Big in Japan UPC/GPS mobile advertising framework.
Big in Japan today announced that Consumer Reports has incorporated ShopSavvy barcode-scanning technology in its newly released iPhone app, Consumer Reports Mobile Shopper. In addition, ShopSavvy’s 6.5 million users on the iPhone, Android and Nokia platforms will see a callout when they have scanned an item that Consumer Reports has tested, along with how many other models exist and have been tested in that category.