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i-nigma QR Code
by 3GVision
Scanning and retrieving digital content is a must-have ability for today’s students. QR codes can be used in various ways providing instruction and research for students that they can access on their own.
We searched for a QR code application that was more suited for students, as compared to to application we recommend for teachers. The in-nigma app offers a simple and easy-to-use interface for students to scan and access information in the classroom. It is perfect for students to scan without being distracted by other features.

How It Works?



Cost and Platforms
i-nigma QR Code, Data Matrix and 1D barcode reader is a free application available in the Apple app store.


Robert Heubach Robert Heubach
Rober Heubach is the Creative Director for the Institute of Innovative Community Learning at the University West Florida. He has been currently working in classrooms as a technology consultant and experimenting with various new apps in instruction. Read more about Robert Heubach and the rest of the Class With Apps Team.


  • Martha
    July 27, 2013 at 1:25 pm

    Hi Beau,
    What is the name of the website that the codes are linked to? Is there any way to view the questions that are being asked? Can the questions be edit?


    • Robert Heubach
      July 31, 2013 at 4:15 pm

      Hi Martha,
      If a question is embedded as text in the QR code, then you cannot edit it and must create a new one. You can do that at We are not using own web server anymore to store images and video that link to the codes. Instead we are using Google Drive or Dropbox. We recently posted a review of Google Drive that might help. It is a very simple way to upload files from your device and to get a link to create a QR code with.

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