QuickQRLibrary is the mini library management system in your pocket. Quick QR Library is aimed at those who have a small library of books, magazines or other items to keep track of, but whose primary business is not lending. As such Quick QR Library would suit:
• Choirs managing original scores
• Parent run community toy libraries
• Men’s shed tool libraries
• Company Textbook libraries
Once upon a time, printing barcodes required specialist printers. Now QR (Quick Response) codes can be printed by any printer and can be created via a number of simple means. The Quick QR Library application uses iOS’ in-built QR recognition abilities to scan two codes and save a link between them or remove a previous link.
Member or item codes can be scanned in look up mode to find which items are lent to whom.
Data can be exported via email or saved to a Dropbox or Google Drive folder.
By placing the data on a shared folder, many members of the same organization can load the data and perform librarian duty.
Configurable rules allow a maximum number of items to be lent to any given person.
The application comes with the ability to print some sample labels on Avery L7160 A4 labels.
This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.
• EAN and UPC codes can now be scanned for items
• Minor bug fixes in sharing
• Minor bug fixes in scanning
The developer, Iain Mason, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.
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The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.