Kinoni Barcode Scanner

Kinoni Barcode Scanner

By Kinoni

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2012-02-10
  • Current Version: 1.4.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 10.96 MB
  • Developer: Kinoni
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
Score: 2.5
2.5
From 59 Ratings

Description

Use your iPhone or iPad as a professional barcode scanner for your PC or Mac. Scan a barcode with iPhone camera and the data is immediately sent to your computer - just like using USB barcode scanner. Supports all common barcode formats including UPC, EAN, ISBN, and QR codes. Setup is really simple, after installing drivers for your PC or Mac connection is established automatically. You can start scanning barcodes in a minute! For advanced use you can also add characters before and after barcode - for example appending enter after barcode automatically moves to next cell in spreadsheet application. Ideal solution for paying bills and organising CD / Blu-ray / DVD / VHS movie catalogs or book library. Can be also used for finance, accounting, project management, wholesale, supply chain and retail tasks with ease. Before using Kinoni Barcode Reader you need to download Windows drivers from http://www.kinoni.com or Mac App Store, search for "Kinoni Barcode Reader". To use USB-connectivity on Mac you need to download drivers from http://www.kinoni.com instead of Mac App Store. Features: • Supports all common barcode formats: EAN-13/UPC-A, UPC-E, EAN-8, Code 128, Code 39, Code 93, Interleaved 2 of 5, PDF417, Aztec code, Data Matrix, ITF 417, Databar and QR Code • Easily add keystrokes before and after barcode data (for example enter- or tab-keys) • Fully automatic connectivity, connects to your PC or Mac within seconds • Send barcodes directly to application or clipboard (Kinoni Barcode Reader Pro installed to Mac from http://www.kinoni.com required) • Supports WiFi connectivity, up to 30 feet (10 meter) range • Scanned barcodes are entered into any program on your PC or Mac • Scanning is quick and accurate thanks to our advanced camera processing • Supports both Windows and OS X computers • OS X server available from Mac App Store for secure installation and automatic updates • To to send barcodes directly to applications on OS X please download drivers from http://www.kinoni.com This app is free for limited personal use, for extended usage you can easily upgrade to Kinoni Barcode Reader Pro using in-app purchase.

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Reviews

  • Junk

    1
    By kkllvv1
    Not always work .
  • Update to iOS 11

    4
    By Arsy Shell
    Hey developer, need your help, please update this to use on iOS 11, this app is very good.
  • NEEDS TO BE UPDATED!!!

    1
    By gsperling
    This app will no longer work with the upcoming iOS 11. It needs to be updated or it will be left in the dust.
  • Frustrating

    1
    By HVACWizard
    I went ahead and spent the $5.99 so that the ads would not interfere like others had mentioned. I got it to work once, though the data appeared after I glanced away from the PC screen. When I exited the app and restarted it, the Windows driver did not active. Also, the app keeps prompting me to upgrade. I THOUGHT I JUST PAID FOE THE PRO VERSION!!!!!
  • Simple and Functional.

    4
    By 4nonym
    This barcode app is exactly what I wanted. I catalog books and as nice as it is to have the inventory stored on my phone with other apps, If you're cataloging directly on a Mac or PC, this is invaluable as the ISBN appear instantaneously. There is a bit of a hassle setting it up. I'm currently using VMWare. You have to download the desktop host client from their site. Make sure not to install the adware. Both the iOS device and computer must be on the same network and subnet. If your phone isn't communicating, go to services in windows and restart the Bonjour Service. It would be cool if it worked with networks where devices are on different subjects and to update the app according to the new app development standards that are to come with new iterations of iOS. Your digits or info appear exactly where the cursor on your computer is.
  • Totally useless trial version

    1
    By fdlkwjfoiewjfoiew
    This only allows you to try it once. In that one try I thought I could scan to a document. Maybe I am not sure because I wasted my one scan to their app which added a extra 0 at the beginning. There are no settings to modify how things are sent to the receiving editor so no return or tab or removing the prefix 0. Also no help file because it's a Mac/iPhone app. I don't understand why regular barcode readers scan the numbers right but phone apps add a 0 at the beginning
  • It worked a time ago

    1
    By rds.ricardo
    It was good but it does not work anymore. Really would like my money back!
  • Avoid! Not work at all

    1
    By Google map lover
    It simply doesn't work!
  • Does Not Populate Fields

    2
    By Bakenstein
    On OS X, it will not populate fields as it claims in the App Store description ("• Scanned barcodes are entered into any program on your PC or Mac”) at least not automatically. The scanned number is in the Kinonis app window. From there you copy and paste it into the field/app that you want it in. I thought the “Pro” version would give me more options since “preferences” were grey’d out in the free but after dropping $6, just the ads disappeared.
  • bleh

    1
    By Tinabwithme
    it didn’t open

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