APP FOR DEVELOPERS – see note below.
The LEADTOOLS Barcode application can perform superior Barcode Recognition for barcode types and sub-types such as UPC, EAN, Code 128, QR Code, Data Matrix, PDF417 and more.
• Read barcodes from live capture from your camera.
• Read barcodes from still frame image files.
• Supports UPC, EAN, Code 128, QR Code, Data Matrix, PDF417, Aztec, Maxi, and much more!
NOTE: This is one of the applications that is provided with source code in LEADTOOLS award-winning SDKs for programmers. This application is built using the LEADTOOLS Barcode SDK. This app is intended to show developers some of the many capabilities that they can integrate into their own applications using LEADTOOLS. For more information or to download a free evaluation SDK of our full toolkit, with source code for this app, visit: https://www.leadtools.com/sdk/barcode
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• Supported 1D barcodes:
o UPC / EAN
EAN EXT 2 (2-digit supplemental)
EAN EXT 5 (5-digit supplemental)
o Code 128
o 2 of 5
Airline Interleaved 2 of 5
Standard (Industrial) 2 of 5
Interleaved 2 of 5
o GS1 DataBar (formerly RSS-14)
GS1 DataBar Omnidirectional
GS1 DataBar Truncated
GS1 DataBar Stacked
GS1 DataBar Stacked Omnidirectional
GS1 DataBar Limited
GS1 DataBar Expanded
GS1 DataBar Expanded Stacked
o USPS & 4-State
USPS 4-State OneCode (USPS4CB)
Royal Mail (RM4SCC)
Australian Post - 4 State
o MSI (Modified Plessey)
o Code 3 of 9
o Code 93
o Code 32
o Ames Code
o Code 2 of 7
o Code 11 (USD-8)
o Patch Code
• Supported 2D barcodes:
o QR Code
o Micro QR Code
o Data Matrix
o Aztec Code
Enhanced barcode recognition with update to the new version of LEADTOOLS V20
Ratings and Reviews
Crashed every time I tried it.
Repeatedly crashed (quit unexpectedly crashed, send a report to Apple, not 'I can't read that picture' crashed) trying to read a barcode in a .jpg picture I just took of the codes on the bracelet they gave me in the hospital today. I've deleted the app and am moving on to try something else.
Works for many codes
I found it easy to use. It recognized barcodes embedded in photographs and read them correctly. However it did not work with some barcodes I found in some old (1980s) computer magazines - however these may have been meant for a proprietary reader. It did read any modern barcode or QR I threw at it.
You can copy the data from the output, you just have to double-click on the field you want, then it is "unlocked" and you can copy it.
As someone else pointed out the interface is functional and spartan - IMO, we need more applications like this.
Says it can use the camera to scan, but couldn't find a way to actually do this.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.