Kaywa Reader offers a PC download for a reader, and says, “just point your mobile to this page: reader.kaywa.com.” It will check if your phone is compatible with its QR Reader software . . . ” Pretty simple.
Quickmark feature a QR Code reader not just for iPhone, but for Android and Windows. Also, it offers developers the SDK, or Software Development Kit, to play with barcode software while the camera is taken care of, and license Quickmark’s software.
I-nigma.com states it supports “more than 600 mobile phones, across all leading mobile operating systems platforms.” Having become “the de-facto standard for Japanese handsets,” the i-nigma Barcode Reader Software Development Kit – or SDK – is licensed to many mobile developers.
Upcode™ is used successfully on about 700 phone models, including: Symbian, UIQ, windows mobile, Iphone, Blackberry, Android and Java. Upcode™ seems like a very conscientious company, and would like feedback how you enjoyed the Reader!
SnapMaze is a QR code reader which support certain models of Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Samsung, and Motorola. You may download a test version of the software by clicking here. Phone requirements : J2ME MIDP 2.0 , CLDC 1.1.