is the most common type of QR Code because it can lead mobile users to many types
of online content, such as a YouTube
video or channel, Facebook,
an app, music, video, or other online store, PDF file, image file, online survey,
and other static, dynamic or interactive content.
Below are some tips to finding the right URL to use:
Use the iTunes
LinkMaker to get URLs to create QRickits that take iPhone
users to songs, albums, artists, apps, audiobooks and more
on the iTunes Store, the App Store and the iBookstore.
For Android users, you can open Google
Play (formerly Andorid Market) to an app or developer
(publisher) using the following URL format:
(i.e. the name of the app)
(i.e. the name of the developer; use "+" for spaces)
*You can go to Google
Play and simply copy the URL to the desired app or developer
as shown above.
For BlackBerry users, you can open the BlackBerry App World
to a specific app or publisher using the following URL format:
create QRickits that play a YouTube video, go to the specific
video, click the SHARE button and copy the URL (short URL's
and partner links can be used too.
easy way to track your QRickit is to get a Google
short URL which comes with free tracking (statistics)
and use it to create your QR Code here. This is also recommended
if your URL is very long (more than 100 characters).
is optional. If you enter text it will be added to the footer of the QR Code image.
Text: About 25-35 characters *max. length depends on
My Reference Number Scan Me! Go to my web site Company Name Watch
my Video My iTunes Page Scan for More Info
Code Image Type, Size and Colors
of image file:
(default) png jpg
Min. 100x100 pixel square Max. 850x850 pixel square *includes the margin
which is automatically added *optional text will add 20 pixels to image size
you are ready to meet your QRickit, click "QReate". You will have the
option to download the image, download a high resolution version for graphic
design and high-quality printing, or print it out on a flyer/poster/sign using your home or office printer.
data and QR Code are never saved or transmitted to anyone. This program just
uses your data once to generate a QR Code online in realtime. If you are on
a public computer, remember to clear the history and cache when done.
also offers a free QR Code API
so you can dynamically generate and display QR Codes on your own website. See
QR Code ® is a registered trademark of
DENSO WAVE INC.
in JAPAN and other countries. Qrickit.com
and QRickit.mobi are free online resources provided by JICS
MEDIA to promote the understanding and use of QR Codes around the world.