Allow the scanner to be configured by scanning a barcode or QRCode.7 votes
Because we all have important work to do, we’ve created a feature that helps you spend less time setting things up and more time getting things done. Just scan one of our Quick Configuration Codes to instantly configure Scanalyzer for your specific task.
Let us know if you need one of these codes for your organization.
The user guide needs some updating.5 votes
This week, we finished updating our Scanalyzer User Guide to include features from version 2.0.5. Have a look!
Scanalyzer can send data practically anywhere. Wouldn't it be great if other apps could interact with it?3 votes
Once again in our quest to help you solve the worlds problems, we have engineered another great solution into Scanalyzer. Now your app can call up Scanalyzer and have it send data back when a barcode is read.
To do this, you call scanalyzer://anythingyouwant from your app, webapp, document or website. Then program Scanalyzer with the right URL to send the data where you want it. Check it out and feel free to ask for help if you need it.
This feature has been incorporated into version 2.0.0.
A mode that would allow you to scan continuously without having to press any buttons.2 votes
$10 seems like a lot for an app. Can we get an ad supported version?1 vote
Scanalyzer version 2.0.0 is available as both a paid and an ad-supported flavor. Enjoy!
What do you think about having an app formatted for the iPad specifically?1 vote
Well, this is in the works. Actually, it’s even been submitted to Apple for review. Update: It’s done.
The UI needs a redesign.1 vote
You asked, we listened. Goodbye old, hello new! More great changes are on the way…
It's sometimes hard to tell if a button has been pressed.0 votes
When Scanalyzer is plugged in and on a stand for library book checkout, it goes to sleep after a while. Can you prevent this from happening?0 votes
This feature was recently incorporated into version 2.0.4 and will be available when Apple approves the latest version.
It would be nice to store scanned information on the device if a network is unavailable and allow the user to send the entire batch at once.0 votes
We’ve implemented the first iteration of batch processing, which saves the scanned barcodes to a list that can be shared or processed using apps installed on the device. Watch for enhancements to this feature in coming releases.
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