VIVO FREE Microsoft Tag, QR & NFC Reader version5.6.4 APK Download for ZTE

MICROSOFT TAG, QR & NFC READER

  • Dec. 13, 2013
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The Microsoft Tag app lets you instantly connect to a whole new world of information and entertainment. This latest version now reads Microsoft Tag barcodes and QR Codes as well as NFC touchpoints for those with NFC-enabled devices. No need to type long URLs or text short codes, simply scan a 2D barcode or tap a touchpoint wherever you see one. Tag recognition technologies transform traditional marketing, such as print advertising, billboards, packaging and LCD displays, into live links that immediately access info, videos and other materials online... no typing required.

Microsoft Tag part of our Productivity and have average installs from 1000000 to 5000000. Last Update Dec. 13, 2013. ZTE rating is 72.8804. Current verison is for VIVO 5.6.4. Actual size 1.4 MB.

What's new

    This update fixes an issue on Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean).
Download microsoft-tag-qr-nfc-reader.apk 1.4 MB

Comments

Jeffrey Chu at March 13, 2015

Does not work As of 3/13/15 it does not appear to work on my LG g2. After tapping "scan", the camera loads and I can see clearly. But it keeps moving the focus and never actually scans.

BD Clark at June 26, 2013

Not designed for Motorola I have been using Motorola Matrix now for a little more than two years, first the Atrix 4G, and now the HD, and I have never had any issues with the QR scanner or bar code reader, except with this app, I am guessing that MS is still planning on a huge increase to their Win Phones sales, but I don't see it happening especially if they can't even get the jelly bean software bug free

michael burke at Jan. 20, 2014

Garbage This used to be a good app, now the camera can no longer focus making this application useless. Absolute garbage for a Samsung GS 4.

Celina Jackson at Nov. 14, 2013

Love it The first one that I have found that's in English, and didn't lie about how fast and accurate it was. Love it

Otto Normalverbraucher at April 16, 2013

It's fast but higly risky Microsoft Tag works very fast and very accurately (Galaxy S3, LTE version) within a fraction of a second! BUT the app right away launches the webbrowser WITHOUT USER-REVIEW NOR ASKING FOR PERMISSION to the scanned/encoded web address, opening your phone to all sorts of malicious intents! (a big security snafu!) - NOT Recommend until this "automatic" behavior has stopped, allowing the user review the webaddress FIRST, before visiting it (like other barcode scanner apps do). I gave stars for speed/accuracy.

T.S. M-L. at July 11, 2014

Ummmm...not working :-( I just downloaded the app and have been attempting to scan for the last 10 minutes. It's been attempting to focus in all that time. Do I uninstall and reinstall or just forget about it? Fail.

Sean Roozen at April 4, 2014

No focus I can't even get the image in the box fast enough or focus when I do. Garbage app

William in Woodstock at April 26, 2014

Great App - Super Fast Super fast scanner. Figures out the tag even before the camera finishes focusing! Displays relevant info quickly and with a nice layout. Much better than the other two similar apps I've used. Works great on Motorola Razr Maxx.

A Google User at Nov. 20, 2012

Cannot scan anything Cannot scan almost anything. It says to hold device steady what I'm doing, but still cannot focus on code. Doesn't work on nexus galaxy on Android. Fix it.

Ariane Broome-Hopkins at June 15, 2014

Asks for too much information There is just plain some information that is not necessary for the basic functions of this app and is clearly an effort to collect metadata. MS, you already have enough information through your email service, just make your dang tags possible to be read by other apps easily and stop the shenanigans, please. This is ridiculous.

Stephen James at Sept. 13, 2014

Why is everyone complaining? It works, if you can't get it to work, you're kinda sorta really incompetent. Love the app, better than the alternative from god knows where.

Shawn Taffe at March 29, 2013

Scan much? I'm having a lot if issues trying to scan a tag on Xbox live. I've sat here for over a half hour trying to scan the evil dead ringtones code.

Lauren Patterson at March 14, 2014

Too Many Permissions Being allowed to send text messages, take pictures and video, or gain access to accounts on my device.. is going too far.. I'm deleting all apps that do this now. Used to love this app. Sad to have to uninstall.

Liz Kiggins at June 22, 2013

Rarely Opens 99% of the time when I go to use this app, it crashes the moment I open it. Very frustrating, and unreliable.

Martin Batistelli at Jan. 9, 2015

Don't Bother to Install Endlessly cycles through focus/ out-of-focus and never scans the tag. Useless. It didn't work on my Motorola Bionic either. Although it says that it will read NFC, I can't find any way to do so. Most comments say it doesn't work as well. The website indicates that the product was abandoned in 2013 in typical Microsoft fashion. Don't bother to install; I'm deleting this worthless app as soon as I post this review. Be sure to re-rate the app before you delete it.

Jamie Ellis at Nov. 20, 2013

Abandoned? App has not seen an update since October 2012 (13 months ago) Needs to use the same Developer credentials such as Skydrive, Onenote etc

Angie Threatt at Jan. 17, 2014

Great I have tried many scanners and i must say that this is the fastest working one for my android gingerbread. Others can take 5mins for a scan and keeps telling you to stay still or reilign.. this one was so fast. I have to say it is the best out there for snap it codes.

A Google User at Nov. 29, 2012

Microsoft tag reader The reader on my galaxy s2 tries to take me to the link as soon as the reader notices the tag. The camera doesn't even have time to focus and the reader thinks it knows where to go. Naturally it doesn't take me anywhere! This is a big bug

Bob Blaylock at July 14, 2013

One serious deficiency… …as noted in a previous review, on scanning a code containing a URL< this app immediately opens a browser to that URL.  It does not appear to offer any way, from within itself, to examine the contents of what has just been scanned.  This is completely the wrong way to go about handling scanned barcode data.  The correct way, as is done on every other program of this type that I have ever seen, is to display the content of the scanned barcode, and to offer a button or a link that the user may tap to open any URL contained in that data.  It is very bad behavior for an app such as this to open a web browser or other app without the user explicitly taking a step to do so; or without at least having required the user to explicitly set a preference in the app to allow it.

Qing Ye at May 4, 2015

Not work at all I was told to hold steady, then nothing happened, then crashed.

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