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AptGeek launches new QR code service for app developers allowing them to make tiny business cards

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AptGeek Technologies, a mobile technology company based in Quebec, Canada, has launched a new website that could become of great use to app developers. The site – App2Card.com – allows users to design business cards that resemble the shape of mobile application icons. The cards are quite small, being roughly 1.25 square inches overall. The front of the cards will display the icon of a particular app and the back will have a QR code, which will be embedded with a bit.ly web address.

When scanned, the QR code resolves to a mobile website set up by the user. As the service is designed to appeal to app developers, the codes will likely be linked to sites where smart phone users can find and download a particular application. The cards, though small, could be quite handy for developers attending conferences where they can connect with other developers in the industry.

QR coded business cards are becoming very popular in a number of different industries. The codes allow for quick and seamless engagement between two parties. The appearance of the codes is, at times, eye catching, which is great for those looking to make an impression. For consumers, however, the codes can be somewhat daunting as many still do not know what they are or how to use them. Although slow to catch on in some circles, this still can be a tiny but powerful way to stand out in the crowd.

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