Get QR code for your app

Use QR codes to provide your users with an easy way to install and review your app.

QR code (abbreviated from Quick Response Code) is the trademark for a type of matrix barcode (or two-dimensional barcode) first designed for the automotive industry in Japan. A barcode is a machine-readable optical label that contains information about the item to which it is attached.

To create QR code refer to "Promote" tab, to "Get QR code for your app".

Your app preview QR-code is generated automatically. You can choose 3 image sizes: 100px, 175px & 200px to use where ever you prefer.

You can copy HTML code and then paste to your site or Blog source code. Or you can download QR-code image to your computer.

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If you've create your app Android build, then you can get Android build QR code. After your users scan the code, your app build will be downloaded and installed on your user device.

You can choose 3 image sizes: 100px, 175px & 200px to use where ever you prefer.

You can copy HTML code and then paste to your site or Blog source code. Or you can download QR-code image to your computer.

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Promote your app published on iTunes. Find your iTunes app link and enter it on iBuildApp.com as shown below:

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Click anywhere on the page to generate your QR-code.

You can choose 3 image sizes: 100px, 175px & 200px to use where ever you prefer.

You can copy HYML code and then paste to your site or Blog source code. Or you can download QR-code image to your computer.

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Promote your app published on Google Play. Find your Google Play app link and enter it on iBuildApp.com as shown below:

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Click anywhere on the page to generate your QR-code.

You can choose 3 image sizes: 100px, 175px & 200px to use where ever you prefer.

You can copy HTML code and then paste to your site or Blog source code. Or you can download QR-code image to your computer.

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