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With the advent of smart phones, the use of QR codes has also grown tremendously. They are easily scannable by any smart phone and they lead the user to the desired information without having to type anything. QRBlaster lets you generate QR codes within seconds. Simply select what you are trying to create a code for. The options include text, URL, email, phone number, Vcard, Maps location and much more.

Once done, enter the information and then customize your QR code color by selecting a color from the wizard. Once created, you can print your QR code, send it by mail, generate a high-resolution image of it, or put it on goodies like mugs or t-shirts. No registration or download is required and you can create a customized code within seconds.

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  • Create a QR code for any kind of information.
  • Print, mail or download as image.
  • No registration required.
  • Similar tools: QRHacker anf Unitag.

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** Editor’s Note (21.11.11) **we have been contacted by the owner of, claiming that QR Blaster is a direct rip-off of his own site, and that QR Blaster is now the subject of a DMCA complaint. As a result, the link to QR Blaster has been removed until the issue between the two parties has been resolved to everyone’s satisfaction.


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  1. Allison Nollinger
    December 10, 2011 at 4:24 am

    well its interesting..... asked qrblaster if anyone had contacted from
    and they said no.
    was asked if any dcma problems they said no
    asked if they ripped off a site and they said certainly not. they have different interface, and are first with MLS realtor property listings no one else has... and that their (quote)  next extension for automated custom design qr codes would blow any nit picky old hat qr sites away (endquote)

  2. Aibek
    November 22, 2011 at 6:33 am

    noted, we are looking into it.

  3. Mark O'Neill
    November 21, 2011 at 6:13 pm

    We have removed the link to the site that you claim rips off your site. But please don't imply we are just as bad just because we promoted the site. How were we to know that it was a rip-off of another site?  Do you know how many website submissions we get on a daily basis?

  4. QRStuff
    November 21, 2011 at 4:07 am

    It doesn’t do the credibility of Make Use Of much good when you promote a cheap shoddy rip-off of the real deal as being somehow fresh and innovative.
    QR Blaster is a fake copy of the website that was created by a scammer that used to be one of my paid users.  
    And here’s the original that was copied - - it's been around since January 2008, has 300,000 users per month, and an Alexa Rank of 17,000.