To reiterate, it is a very simple auto-focus QR Code reader. It will have simple functionality such as launching a web browser inside the program. There needs to be a button that allows the user to "Scan" or rescan another QR code. I will provide you with the QR codes that are being scanned (they are very small only about 1" by 1" square). The program needs to be able to scan these on just about any type of Android version. I understand there are many different varieties of phones and cameras, and browsers so to make this simple and availble (and tested) on a wide variety of phones is the main goal! I will provide as many screen shots as you want to how the browser should look. I need the scanning area to be a box and not a rectangle please.
You can download our iPhone app (it is free). Basically we want it to look and operate as close as possible to this app.
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We have a current Android APP and it is complete junk. The box where you are suppossed to line up the QR Code in, appears as a long short rectangle instead of a box. On the other hand there is an app called Scanlife that is almost what we want but it just is a little cumbersome for our needs.
In case you don't know the purpose of the APP, it is for the game called Codigo Cube. Codigo Cube is a 1" dice with QR codes on each side. The codes lead to trivia categories. I can send you the QR codes if you like and you can print them out to be a little smaller than 1" so that you can make certain your app can scan them.
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Dear Sir, I'm interested about your offer. I'm a Java/JEE developer with 5 years experience, graduated from the best engineering school in Tunisia. I have participated in many complex projects based on Java/JEE tec Plus