You can turn any text into a qr code by typing “qrcopy.net/?” then the text into your web browser's address bar. For example, to create a qr code containing the email address firstname.lastname@example.org, you would type “email@example.com” into your browser's address bar. Try it now and see for yourself!
Want to share a web page across devices? Simply type “qrcopy.net/?” in front of the page's url in your web browser, and a qr code instantly appears ready to be scanned.
Want to put a qr code on a web page? Try this: <img src="http://qrcopy.net/?the text to encode" />
Want to create a qr code in Windows? It's as simple as Start > Run > http://qrcopy.net/?your text here > [ENTER] and up it pops! Go ahead and try it now.
Want qr codes in your L.O.B. software solutions? Prefix your data with “qrcopy.net/?” and your qr code image is a ~100ms http request away.
All you need is an internet connection and a web browser and you're ready to start creating qr codes. There's no software to install, you're already ready to go!